Cuban ambassadors praised Fidel Castro’s empty chair at the extraordinary session of the tenth legislature of the National Assembly of People’s Power and said they felt his “presence” in the room.
At the opening of the session, the president of that body, Esteban Lazo, announced in the presence of Raúl Castro, the president. Michael Diaz-Canel.
Then he affirmed in the plenary “to feel the presence of our invincible Fidel Castro Ruz”, after which the cameraman focused on the empty chair next to Díaz-Canel. This was applauded by those standing by.
Lasso’s depressed voice constantly changed [parlatino por parlamento, por ejemplo] He affirmed that the doctrine of the dictator was present in Cuban, as never before, and recalled that “the president of the country said one day that Fidel is a man who goes, controls the world and then comes and tells about it.”
The Cuban government, in the midst of a serious political crisis and scandal, has no policy to watch Faced with popular depression.
The country is suffering from a severe food and medical crisis, and fueled by inflation, where the minimum wage is barely enough to buy a car with 30 eggs.
On Wednesday, the General Hall of the Republic, Gladys Maria Bejerano Portela, acknowledged that the government is not doing enough to control the lives of the population or inflation.
“None of our plans, which our part dictated, when it comes to resolving them, there is a great difference from those that we have decided, from those that agree between us, from those that are all aids, from those that are done”; said at the 6th Plenum of the Central Committee of the Communist Party (PCC).
In his speech, he stated that all officials are aware of popular hatred: “The prices are said to be cursed, but we do not want to stop anything.”
Prices, shortages, and the general crisis in the country seem to affect only ordinary Cubans, since the government no longer declares ineffective measures that do not help to control inflation, which stood at 45.36% last April, according to data. from the Office of National Statistics and Information (ONEI).