Cubans in Miami imitate Kings Felipe and Letizia in front of the Spanish Consulate


A group of Cubans met this Saturday in front of the Consulate General of Spain in Miami to ask the kings Felipe VI and Letizia that in their visit to Havana they do not "pay homage" to the Government of the island and meet with dissidents.

According to the news agency EFE, the protesters represented a supposed scene where members of the Royal House received political prisoners, including Jose Daniel Ferrer, who has been jailed since last October.

The scene was represented by two Cuban residents in Miami identified as Misleydis Gonzalez and Eduardo Darnes, each assuming a member of the Spanish royal family.

For his part, Cuban Michael Reys played Jose Daniel Ferrer while a group of more than 35 participants covered their mouths with duct tape to represent the political prisoners What's on the island

The meeting had been called by the leader of Somos +, Eliecer Avila, and it happened a few days after the official visit of His Majesty King Felipe VI to Cuba in the framework of the 500 years of the ViLla of San Cristobal de La Habana.

The mobilization was attended by Luis Enrique Ferrer, brother of the Cuban opposition leader, who had been in Washington in a similar encounter where several Cubans offered their support to the cause and especially in favor of freedoms and human rights in Cuba.

This "real audience" not only serves to demonstrate his disagreement with the visit of royalty to Havana, but his lack of projection in matters related to politics and opposition on the island.

Different campaigns They are carried out these days to make visible the situation that Jose Daniel Ferrer is living and, above all, so that the official visit of this Monday does not serve as a pretext for the Cuban authorities to divert the attention of the international community.

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