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Cuban President highlights appeal by artists and intellectuals in favor of Cuba and its sovereignty

miguel-díaz-canel-bermudezThe President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, highlighted the adherence to the appeal of Cuban intellectuals and artists, which he described as a worthy and sovereign document.

Exceeds one thousand one hundred signatures appeal of Cuban intellectuals and artists. A sovereign and dignified document, which defends the essence of the Cuban nation, the president wrote on the social network Twitter.

He added that in the tweet that “He has received the support of 90 intellectuals, artists and social activists from 16 countries”, to which he added the hashtag #CubaVive.

The Message from Cuban scientists, educators, journalists, writers and artists to their colleagues from other countries, published a few days ago in the cultural magazine La Jiribilla, already exceeds 1,100 signatures and expresses the feelings of Cuban civil society, led in this case by leading scientists, educators, journalists, writers and artists from all over the country.

This list is prestigious, more than 50 National Prizes of the different artistic manifestations and of Philosophy and History and several journalists awarded the José Martí National Prize for Journalism, highlights the newspaper Juventud Rebelde.

Among the signatures that were added once the document was published, are the scientists Jorge Berlanga, Guadalupe Guzmán and Miguel Limia; the educators Gilberto García Batista and Marta Prieto, the journalists Luis Sexto, Randy Alonso and Rosa Miriam Elizalde.

Also the writers Antón Arrufat and Reinaldo González and the artists Pancho Amat, Haila María Mompié, Bobby Carcassés, Rosario Cárdenas, Manuel Pérez Paredes, Isabel Santos, Eslinda Núñez, Zaida del Río, Roberto Diago and Eduardo Roca Salazar (Choco), among others. many intellectuals and artists of great public recognition.

Likewise, the document has received the support of 90 intellectuals, artists and social activists from 16 countries, led by Frei Betto, Ignacio Ramonet, Atilio Borón, Salim Lamrani, Cecilia Todd, María Eugenia Mudrovcic, Fernando Buen Abad and Héctor Díaz Polanco, among others. others of great prestige and proven commitment to the Cuban Revolution.

(With information from ACN)

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