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Cubans in the US call for a human cordon for the freedom of LMOA and Maykel Osorbo

MADRID, Spain.- Cubans in exile called for a human cordon for the release of the artivists of the San Isidro Movement (MSI), Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara (LMOA) and Maykel Castillo Pérez (Maykel Osorbo), who will be judged this May 30 and 31.

According to the activist Norges Rodríguez through Twitter, The meeting will take place this Monday at 6:00 pm at the Ermita de la Caridad, in Miami. From there the participants will walk holding hands to the Museum of the Cuban Diaspora.

The initiative had been presented in Facebook by the literary group “In any corner”.

“Why? Hand in hand… because that’s what we are, Cubans; and the goal that we all pursue is freedom, ”reads the call.

Cubans in Madrid will support the demonstration

For her part, Cuban art critic and activist Yanelys Núñez Leyva called on Cubans residing in Madrid to join the initiative.

“Here, in Madrid, we will be replicating or linking in a hug with the Cubans of Miami, who tomorrow will be in front of the Ermita de la Caridad advocating for the freedom of all political prisoners, especially Luis and Maykel” said Núñez Leyva on his Instagram profile.

After almost a year in prison for their participation in the popular demonstrations of July 11, 2021, the Cuban authorities ask for Luis Manuel Otero and Maykel Osorbo sentences of seven and ten years of imprisonment, respectively.

Last Friday the rapper Maykel Osorbo was transferred to the State Security barracks in Villa Marista, from where he awaits the beginning of the trial.

While Otero Alcántara remains in the maximum security prison in Guanajay, where he has been imprisoned since July 11.

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