Cuban Economists Demand USA to Release Anti-terrorism Fighters

cincofoto[1]Santiago de Cuba, Nov 27 (Prensa Latina) The president of the National Association of Cuban Economists (ANEC), Oscar L. Hung, demanded the liberation of the three Cuban antiterrorist fighters still imprisoned in the US, on behalf of his organization, with more than 81,000 affiliates now.

Commemorating the 55 years of the appointment of Ernesto Che Guevara as President of the National Bank of Cuba and celebrate the Day of the Economist, Hung ratified the call to US President Barack Obama to free Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero and Ramon Labanino, who are still in prison in the US.

Hung expressed trust in the victory in this world campaign, which now joins the voices of Cuban economists and the solidarity of colleagues from different countries.

The three Cuban patriots have remained in prison for more than for 15 years after the grills and are completing arbitrary penal sentences, decided in a faked trial that took place in the city of Miami, where they detected and infiltrated counter-revolutionary groups having planned violent actions against their country.

When completing their respective sentences, Rene Gonzalez and Fernando Gonzalez returned to Cuba recently and fully joined the international cause for the liberation of their partners.

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