The protesters call for a showdown. Cuba cracks down as protesters say it's too late for the demonstration

The protesters call for a showdown. Cuba cracks down as protesters say it's too late for the demonst ...

Three months after protests erupted in Cuba, the Communist government faced a new challenge Monday, as activists called on people to push for more freedoms and the release of political prisoners in the streets.

Despite the huge, impoverished protesters and independent journalists' homes, they ignored the demands of the United States to accept such widespread protests. To do that, the authorities denied their permissions for the Civic March for Change swarm of forces in plain clothing encircled the streets of the dictators house.

Upon a day earlier, security forces had surrounded his Havana apartment informing him that he was under house arrest. "I have no idea the truth that the majority of protesters are left to go out, and the press can't do anything," said a journalist of the Washington Post.

The police deployed enormously and police was used for repression, he said. We're living a state of siege.

When the people were swarming a white rose from his apartment window and hung a sign, "My house is blocked," and a large Cuban flag stood up to the side of the building, as well as his telephone lines and Internet was cut off. Aguilera, 39, the best-known protestor, was barred from leaving his apartment by the plainclothes, police and government supporters. His telephonic digits, which are covered in the giant Cuban flag, became a key

It is the latest flash point in a conflict between communist authorities and an opposition movement led by young people and artists on the island of Cuba, the day before the crisis became the focus of a national protest movement, and urged local residents to support the demonstration. Activists urged the country to organize the demonstration in 120 cities around the world, the social network Archipielago said.

The activists who are not well-known, and who will have no patrol cars on the streets waiting for them, said the founder of the Cuban entrepreneur.

The spontaneous demonstrations were launched in July with the help of so many ordinary people that hailed riots across Cuba from their streets, overwhelmed by hunger, blackouts and the health system of a food system destroyed by the pandemic. The freedom! they shouted: Freedom! freedom!.

The government has promised to legalize small- and medium-sized businesses, one of the most dramatic economic reforms in years. The pandemic collapsed after vaccination campaigns.

Yet many Cubans suffer with the country's economy falling 11 percent last year because of the hurricane and the global crisis.

The Biden administration threatened new sanctions if Cuban authorities use violence against protesters on Monday. A Secretary of State, Antony Blinken condemned the intimidation tactics.

We recommand the Cuban government to respect Cubans rights, by allowing them to peacefully assemble and use their voices without fear of government reprisals or violence and, thus, keep telecommunications and internet and telecommunication lines open. - said a statement in a statement.

Cuban authorities denied existence of a broad opposition movement. Bruno Rodriguez called Monday's protest a destabilizing operation designed in Washington.

On the Facebook site Archipielago, which convoked Mondays protests, activists urged citizens to encourage the citizens, by banning pans, or making goods, or, by wearing white, applauding protesters, and boycotting state-run television. If they were to go to parks instead to celebrate in their parks and dance and singing.

Developing a strong argument, it was a clear idea to give an answer to the debate surrounding a political dispute on the issue of detainees: We're trying to stop violence, not multiply it. Amafia wrote, in an online statement, asking that protestators don't ever threaten to hold a party without political prisoners, ignoring the list of prisoners.

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