Anti-Cuban lobby linked to bridge collapse in Florida
While Miami continues to be in a state of shock after six people died on March 15 when a pedestrian-bridge on SW Eighth Street collapsed, ties between the company responsible for the work and members of the anti-Cuban lobby, in particular Senator Marco Rubio and Representative Mario Díaz-Balart, are coming to light
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march 21, 2018 12:03:06
Anti-Cuban Lobby in Congress, Representative Mario Díaz-Balart, Senator Marco Rubio and Representative lena Ros-lehtinen
While Miami continues to be in a state of shock after six people died on March 15 when a pedestrian-bridge on SW Eighth Street collapsed, ties between the company responsible for the work and members of the anti-Cuban lobby, in particular Senator Marco Rubio and Representative Mario Díaz-Balart, are coming to light.
The 950 ton bridge, which was intended to improve access at Florida International University, was built by Munilla Construction Management (MCM) at a cost of over 14.2 million USD.
MCM, with important political ties in the city, is now coming under growing public scrutiny as investigators try to discover why the bridge collapsed just one week after it was completed, as well as the reason behind design flaws in the high-tech structure.
Initial investigations indicate that cracks in the bridge were reported at least two days before its collapse, raising questions about the conduct of the company and local authorities.
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Mañana ocho millones de cubanos podrán ejercer, con su voto, el derecho a decidir un destino de soberanía arduamente conquistada. Con la elección de los diputados a la Asamblea Nacional del Poder Popular y de los delegados a las asambleas provinciales, se dará otro importantísimo paso en unas elecciones generales de trascendental impacto para la Isla y su Revolución
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9 de marzo de 2018 22:03:50
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Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba
March 9 2018
Anti-Cuban provocation plot foiled on eve of elections
The operation was carried out with financing and support from counter-revolutionary groups based abroad and other international organizations such as the so-called Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas (IDEA); Pan American Democracy Foundation; the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation; and using a small, illegal anti-Cuban group as instrument.
As is customary in any reactionary initiative in our region, the involvement of the OAS Secretary General was not lacking.
It should also be remembered that a similar operation was attempted last year in which, as well as the aforementioned groups, the Democracy and Community Center; the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL); and Interamerican Institute for Democracy, run by terrorist and CIA agent Carlos Alberto Montaner, all of which have been actively working against Cuba and whose links with the U.S. National Endowment for Democracy (NED), which receives funding from the U.S. government to carry out subversive programs against Cuba, are well known.
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Raúl: The joint defense of Venezuela is the strategic and urgent task of support was expressed for the Bolivarian RevolutionALBA
The Cuban President attended the 15th ALBA-TCP Summit, where tribute was paid to Hugo Chávez and support was expressed for the Bolivarian Revolution
Author: Leticia Martínez Hernández | firstname.lastname@example.org
march 6, 2018 09:03:50
During the Summit, the Cuban President reiterated the unwavering support for the Bolivarian Revolution and the civic-military union of its people, led by President Nicolás Maduro. Photo: Estudio Revolución
CARACAS.–As a tribute to the memory of the Comandante of the Bolivarian Revolution Hugo Chávez Frías, precisely five years after his passing, the 15th Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – Peoples’ Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP) was held in the Venezuelan capital’s Miraflores Palace.
The moving first public activity of the gathering brought together heads of state and delegations on a terrace of the Venezuelan government headquarters to witness together the ceremony held daily, at 4:25 p.m. – the time at which Chávez passed away – to honor the Latin American leader with the firing of a cannon salute from the Cuartel de la Montaña.
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