Cuban authorities remember Fidel Castro’s undying leadership

The First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (CC-PCC) and President of the Republic, Miguel Diaz-Canel, other authorities of the country and dozens of users in social networks, remember this Saturday the legacy of the historic leader of the Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, seven years after his physical departure.

In his X account, the dignitary asserted that “we will always speak of Fidel (Castro) in the present because he lives among us with his inspiring work and his infinite faith in human beings, in the Cuban Revolution and in the best possible world for which he is still fighting”.

Likewise, evoking the significant date, the member of the Political Bureau and Secretary of Organization of the CC-PCC, Roberto Morales Ojeda, assured that this November 25 is a day that moves millions of people in the world and of great significance for Cubans.

“It is a date that ratifies the greatness of that eternal guerrilla who taught us that there is no other way than the struggle until victory is achieved,” Morales wrote.

The high-ranking leader recalled in a series of previous posts statements by other leaders of that emancipation process, such as Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, who said of his brother, a comrade in multiple battles: “Fidel is Fidel and he does not need any position to occupy forever a top place in the history, present and future of the Cuban nation”.

Photo taken from Archivo/PL

Similarly, the president of the National Assembly of People’s Power (Parliament), Esteban Lazo Hernandez praised the late president as a leader “always undefeated and acquitted by history”.

He added that Fidel taught Cubans that “with unity, with permanent faith in victory, by ourselves and with our own efforts, fulfilling his concept of Revolution, we can achieve the greatest feats and overcome every challenge”.

Multiple expressions of admiration are read on social networks for the anniversary of the death of the founder of the first socialist state in the Western Hemisphere.

X and Facebook user Belkis Perez published on both networks fragments of a song by Cuban troubadour Raul Torres: “The wounds that do not heal in men and women who will not let you go are coming back. Today our heart beats outside and your people, even if it hurts, do not want to say goodbye to you”. (Source: Prensa Latina)

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