The Cuban pro-government group Buena Fe had a run-over tour closure in Spain. The Spanish Police prevented a protest by Cuban exiles in Madrid this Saturday and detained the activist Lázaro Mireles outside the auditorium of the communist union Comisiones Obreras, as published Radio and Television Martí.
“The police wanted to take me into custody and forced me into a van, but they released me after talking to me,” Mireles told the same outlet. “What has happened in Madrid is one more example of the high level of complicity of the Havana regime with European socio-communism,” he stressed.
The activist urged “open your eyes once and for all.” Mireles blames the high police hierarchy for his arrest: “Just when Buena Fe entered, they forcibly detained me by order of Interior Minister Marlaska.”
Through his social networks, Mireles shared a banner and wrote: “This is the banner that the communists made today for the Bad Faith concert, but what no one will tell you is that for this antics and for the fear they have of us They mobilized 200 members of the national police, none of them dares to show their true faces”.
“The police wanted to take me into custody and forced me into a van, but they released me after talking to me,” said activist Lázaro Mireles.
According to the official media Latin Pressthe officers surrounded the headquarters where Marcelino Medina, ambassador of the regime in Madrid, and Enrique Santiago, general secretary of the Communist Party of Spain, were.
“Closing of a hit-and-run tour of Spain, dotted with attempts to sabotage their performances and prevent the free artistic expression of the group, by elements of Cuban origin that went so far as to besiege public places,” the official media outlet detailed.
On his troubled tour, Buena Fe attributed the cancellations and protests to “hate”, which is added to alleged “ fascist threats“of which they pointed out after not being able to appear in Salamanca, Zamora and Barcelona.
“They are events on which we do not want to elaborate much, but which have been protagonists these days,” said the official duo.
Prensa Latina was in charge of announcing that “more than 500 people attended this concert, where art was the great winner and the enthusiasm of the public did not cease to recognize Buena Fe with loud applause and shouts of Viva Cuba.”
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