Saily González Velázquez

Saily González denounces police surveillance around her house

MIAMI, United States. – The Cuban activist Saily González Velázquez denounced this Saturday the police surveillance in the surroundings of her house to prevent her participation in the IX Summit of the Americas.

when posting several photos of agents and a police patrol, the activist from Santa Clara said that this is how “the Cuban repressive forces were projected so that an actor from civil society could not participate in the Summit of the Americas.”

“The Government of Cuba is not willing to allow the truth to be told, and to prevent it they violate Article 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” lamented González Velázquez.

this very friday transcended that The activist and entrepreneur had been invited to the IX Summit of the Americas, which will be held in the city of Los Angeles, in the United States.

“Cuba has indeed been invited to the IX Summit of the Americas, only that the guests are those of us who want democracy and respect all the rights of all Cubans and not those who present, as the only options, Socialism or Death” , wrote the activist in Twitter.


However, the former member of the Archipelago group also assured that the political police had already warned her that she would not be able to pick up her visa passport at the United States Embassy in Havana.

“Yesterday I was threatened by a State Security agent who contacted my family that I would not be allowed to pick up my visa passport at the Embassy and I was summoned for a ‘meeting’ with the police for today at 8 o’clock. :00 am in their offices of Criminal Instruction”, revealed the young woman.

González Velázquez reported that she was received there by a State Security agent identified as Daniel, the same one who has kidnapped and physically abused her on previous occasions.

In her social networks, the activist showed the invitation letter signed by the Secretariat of the Summit of the Americas and by the Organization of American States (OAS).

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