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Dariel Fernández Condemns Bipartisan Bill to End Cuba Blockade
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Dariel Fernández Condemns Bipartisan Bill to End Cuba embargo on the Cuban dictatorship
Miami, Florida - March 7, 2023 - Politician and activist Dariel Fernández has spoken out against a bipartisan bill that was recently introduced by Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), Roger Marshall (R-Kan.), and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) to end the commercial embargo embargo on the Cuban dictatorship while maintaining other U.S. laws that impose human rights-based restrictions on the island nation.
However, Fernández believes that the move is a betrayal to the Cuban people, as the regime in power is the real embargo to the Cuban people. As a well-known advocate for human rights,
Fernández believes that this decision denotes the lack of knowledge of the reality of the Cuban people, as the murderous communist dictatorship is the real embargo against the people. "The communist dictatorship in Cuba is the enemy of the American people, and they do not care about human rights. They just want money to continue their propaganda," Fernández said.
"Cuba is a victim of a murderous dictatorship, and it is embarrassing that some United States congressmen and senators are being complicit with those murderous communist socialists," Fernández added. "The people of Cuba deserve freedom, and it will only be possible with the end of that dictatorship."
Speaking from Miami today, Fernández argues that this move could end up supporting a regime that oppresses its people, and that the United States should continue to stand in solidarity with those who suffer under authoritarian regimes.
The bill seeks to end the commercial embargo that has been in place for over six decades, while still maintaining other U.S. laws that impose human rights-based restrictions on Cuba. Fernández calls on the senators to reconsider their position and to instead support the Cuban people in their fight for freedom and democracy.
As a politician and human rights advocate, he is committed to fighting for the rights of all people, and believes that the United States should play a role in promoting democracy and human rights around the world.
Fernández is committed to fighting for the rights of the Cuban people and to promoting policies that can help improve the lives of those who are suffering under the current regime.
For more information about Dariel Fernández's advocacy and activism, please visit his website at www.darielfernandez.com.
Phone: (305) 965-3016
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