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Rubio Statement on Sham Cuban “Elections”

Apr 18, 2018 | Press Releases

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) issued the following statement on today’s “elections” in Cuba:
 
“The sham ‘elections’ in Cuba were nothing more than a predetermined charade by the Castro regime. With Raul Castro stepping down today, and his appointed crony Miguel Díaz-Canel taking his place, Cuba will continue to be an island imprisoned under the rule of an oppressive single-party political system. The Cuban dictatorship portrays this election as a step towards change, yet we all know that Díaz-Canel and the regime will remain an enemy of democracy, human rights and the impartial rule of law.  If Castro truly wanted democratic change for Cuba, he would allow the Cuban people to determine their fate through free, fair, and multi-party elections.”
 

DECLARACIÓN DE RUBIO SOBRE LA FARSA DE LAS “ELECCIONES” EN CUBA

 
Washington, D.C. – El senador estadounidense Marco Rubio (R-FL) emitió el siguiente mensaje sobre las “elecciones” de hoy en Cuba:
 
“Las ‘elecciones’ en Cuba no son más que una predeterminada farsa por parte del régimen de Castro. Con la renuncia de Raúl Castro hoy, y la designación de su secuaz Miguel Díaz-Canel como presidente, Cuba continuará siendo una isla encarcelada bajo el gobierno de un solo partido y de un sistema político opresivo. La dictadura cubana trata de mostrar esta elección como un paso hacia el cambio, sin embargo, todos sabemos que Díaz-Canel y el régimen seguirán siendo un enemigo de la democracia, los derechos humanos y el imperio de la ley. Si Castro realmente quisiera un cambio democrático para Cuba, le permitiría al pueblo cubano determinar su destino a través de elecciones libres, justas y multipartidistas”.