The Congress of Spain voted a resolution condemning human rights violations in Cuba

The Congress of Spain voted a resolution condemning human rights violations in Cuba
The Congress of Spain voted a resolution condemning human rights violations in Cuba

The Congress of Spain condemned human rights violations in Cuba

The Chamber of Deputies of Spain voted this Tuesday a resolution condemning human rights violations in Cuba Yet the slavery in medical missions. With 18 votes in favor and 17 against, the plenary session gave the green light to a presentation of the People’s Party which is summarized in five points:

  1. Condemn human rights abuses and violations.
  2. Immediately end the repression policy.
  3. Express your concern about the increase in the number of political prisoners and demand his immediate release.
  4. condemn the working conditions promoted by the Cuban regime towards its workers and civil collaborators abroad.
  5. Request that the Cuban authorities facilitate the return to Cuba of people who are in exile and of professionals and citizens who are not allowed to return to their families.

In dialogue with Infobae, Javier LarrondoPresident of Prisoners Defenderssaid that the text, in whose writing the NGO he represents collaborated, has a “clear vocation that seeks the consensus of democratic political forces” from the European country.

“Everything that is described in the resolution They are proven factual facts.based on specific Cuban legislation and clear and public condemnations of the United Nations. “They are not evaluations or opinions,” she highlighted.

Cuban doctors (Archive)

He then stated that the result of the vote is “a thermometer for the socialist militants and voters themselves on whether the party defends the human rights standards that should be part of its democratic DNA or whether, on the contrary, the changes that the PSOE leadership has made in the party in recent years have led to an image-oriented PSOE extremist of the now almost extinct Podemos in matters of foreign policy.”

The vote in Spain is in line with the resolution of the European Parliament of last February 29, which was the last of six resolutions condemning the violation of human rights that the seat of sovereignty of the European Union has made in the last legislature, he recalled Prisoners Defenders in a statement prior to today’s vote.

“In addition to the general vote on said resolution, almost all of its sections were voted separately, and it is especially notable that many of The human rights headings that this resolution references were voted in favor in very similar terms by the majority of the socialists (S&D) in the European Parliament”, recalled the NGO.

Javier Larrondo, president of Prisoners Defenders (Adrián Escandar)

The organization emphasized that the text could be classified as a “proposal for consensus“Well, in drafting it, the legislators They eliminated any qualification that could affect the Government of Spainand they have used the most respectable diplomatic language to name what is happening in Cuba, which, however, and the legislators know, undoubtedly qualifies as “repressive barbarism”, he noted.

“This effort for consensus will be of great help because in addition everything described in the resolution is proven factual facts”, he remarked.

Last April, the European Parliament indefinitely banned the entry of representatives of the dictatorship of Miguel Diaz-Canel. The measure was adopted in reciprocity to the diplomatic aggression of the regime towards the European Union.

Miguel Diaz-Canel (EFE/Andrej Cukic)

“Parliament had received the invitation from Cuba to visit the island, and the democratically elected delegation to visit it was prohibited from entering and was the object of insults by the Cuban government, in an unprecedented action“, reported the NGO Prisoners Defenders in a note.

The measure is implemented through a resolution voted by absolute majority.

Promoted by the MEP Javier Nartstated that “in accordance with the principles of equality, reciprocity and mutual respect of the EU-Cuba ADPC, similar measures are taken to deny access to the premises of the European Parliament to any representative of the National Assembly of People’s Power or of the Cuban regime.”

As drafter of the resolution, Nart promoted the measurewhat’s wrong with it “immediate effect” with majority approval. “This means that No delegation or representative of Cuba will be able to enter the facilities of the European Parliament in reciprocity to the vetoes of European Parliament delegations to visit the island,” the NGO added.

 
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