Che Guevara’s daughter calls for more crackdown on protests in Cuba

Cuban Americans participate in a demonstration in support of Cuban protesters in front of the Freedom Tower in Miami, Florida, USA July 17, 2021 | Photo: CRISTOBAL HERRERA-ULASHKEVICH / Agência EFE / Gazeta do Povo

Aleida Guevara March, daughter of the late Argentinian guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara, said in an interview with Argentine radio that the police must maintain force against the demonstrators who took to the streets of Cuba to demand “freedom”, which she said. described as “unscrupulous” people. “and” paid by the United States “.

“Things manipulated by the United States are happening. Really mean people; people with no qualms have taken to the streets and then fools follow them,” the Cuban-Argentinian said in the interview. by the daily ADN Cuba.

For Guevara March, who is a doctor and frequently speaks out publicly in defense of the Cuban dictatorship, “the people have reacted very well and are in control of the situation and we demand that the police act and defend what belongs to us”. Finally, the eldest daughter of Che Guevara declared that “no one can attack the property of the state, the property of the people. We demand the police to have a strong position [tome el sartén por el mango]. “

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