Cuban community in Cayman holds solidarity protest

| 19th July 2021 | 0 Comments
Real Cayman News Video Report on the Cuban Protests. (John Fleming/Real Cayman News)

(RCN) Cubans living in the Cayman Islands took to the streets in George Town, early on Saturday morning. Broadly, Cubans are protesting against food shortages, rising cases of Covid-19 and severe electricity blackouts in the country, which they attribute to the government’s failure to cope with the situation.

Protestor Lianet Hydes

“ We are here to join other human rights activists around the world to highlight the social injustice and the civil unrest that is sadly happening in Cuba. Our country is fighting for freedom.”

Lianet Hydes

US President Joe Biden called on the “Cuban regime to hear their people and serve their needs at this vital moment rather than enriching themselves.”

Cuban President Diaz-Canel denounced the protesters in cuba as “vulgar criminals” who he claimed had attacked police and looted stores.

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