The armed forces and other institutions of the ruling party in Cuba also came out to defend regime sympathizers Buena Fe Duo after the cancellation of three of their concerts in Spain, resulting in an episode that sparked controversy. Repression against Cubans demanding freedom for political prisoners during his presentation in Madrid.
The western and central armies, the MININT, the CDR, the ruler Miguel Díaz-Canel, his wife Lise Cuesta, and even the Central Bank!, have filled their social networks with announcements against the suspension of the harmony actions. His visit to Spain.
The Union Army wrote, “We express our support for the Buena Fe group, which has recently been harassed by elements opposed to the Revolution in Spain.”
Government institutions and leadership have swung in favor of the musicians, demonstrating that they have the support of the regime.
“With goodwill, I and all those who follow me and love this revolution, we will continue to defend the motherland,” tweeted the Western Army.
The Ministry of the Interior also shared a complaint of a “boycott” of the group’s scheduled concerts in Spain.
Their positions are aligned with those of Díaz-Canel and Cuesta, who have described all Cubans protesting against the pro-government pair’s presentation as “stateless”.
All messages, with the same condemnatory tone, seek to support a group that has been involved in a controversial episode of repression and censorship, with possible regime officials physically assaulting activists who demonstrated peacefully against the dictatorship and political prisoners. demonstrated in favor of independence. In Cuba during the Good Faith concert in Madrid.
The complaint lodged by the victims could have had an effect on the suspension of the planned shows in Salamanca, Barcelona and Zamora, because of the violence involving Israel Rojas and his group.
Despite their apparent support of the regime, Cuban musicians insist that they are not “employees of any government”, but have been its spokespersons on various occasions, participated in acts of disapproval in Cuba, and worked for that country’s Communist Party. Visited Spain as a guest.