The people of Campechuela took to the streets protest blackout And for the rhythm of the conga he demanded from the government: “Put on the current p …”.
The strike took place on Friday night La Marina NeighborhoodIn Popular Council Campechuela 2, in eastern Cuba, in the province of Granma, belonging to the municipality of the same name. In the midst of the darkness, because of the lack of electricity, people shouted: “Let them plant! Let them do it!”
In a video shared on the social network, it can be seen how dozens of residents of La Marina took advantage of the darkness of the blackout to protest. government mismanagement In the face of the deep energy crisis the country is facing.
Some went into the street with their cajulas and used them to play conga and together, with great noise, shouted slogans and idioms against leaders Of the Government.
it was thursday blackout protest in at least three Cuban municipalities, in the province of Jagui Grande, Matanzas; and in Sagua La Grande and Cabarion, the town of Villa Clara. During the blackout night, the residents went to the public place and raised their voice against the government.
Dozens of people walked the dark streets of the Australian People’s Council and Jaguay Grande. His pans were also ringing, he shouted for “freedom” and sang the famous conga that travels through unexpected places throughout Cuba.
Friday of last week there was another Protests at the Malecón in BaracoaIn Guantanamo, at 2:00 a.m. The National Revolutionary Police (PNR) intervened in the peaceful demonstration and at least one person was arrested, the young Richard Sánchez Sanmay.
In mid-July it was reported another big protest with hundreds of people palaces, River Pinewood. There they took to the streets to protest against the government with blackouts at night. He expressed his dissatisfaction with the shortage of food and medicine in the country and the increase in state repression.
He sang the national anthem and beat his tail, accompanied by a chorus of anti-police and anti-government phrases.
At the conclusion of the Ninth General Session of the National Assembly of the People’s Power, this July 22, Ruler Miguel Diaz-Canel He acknowledged that the continuing blackout has caused great discomfort to the Cuban population and confirmed that resistance is taking place in some areas of the country.
“There are some people who, to express their troubles, their misunderstandings, go to the sound of utensils, shout expressions against the leaders, some take the opportunity to raise slogans against the revolution, others take part in acts of barbarism. , throw stones, break windows, and it doesn’t solve the situation what do we have. It can only be resolved by following the strategy that we have in place, in which we are committed and defending,” he said.
President confirms blackout problem there will be no immediate solution, He stated that they were due to a number of factors, among which he described “blockades”, pits in the distribution of fuel, “lack of thermal generation” and a fourth element which he liked to say in good Cuba: “We are healthy because of this energy. together”, he expressed.