Anti-Cuba Media Campaign Doomed to Failure, Says Bolivian Jurist
“For years we have seen how all attempts to discredit the Cuban government and to assassinate Commander in Chief Fidel Castro failed,” Jimenez told ACN in Havana.
The Cuban National Assembly (Parliament) recently issued a statement denouncing that, in the aftermath of a campaign orchestrated essentially by powerful media outlets, the European Parliament approved a resolution “that manipulates feelings, distorts facts, brandishes lies and hides realities.”
The pretext, the statement notes, was the death of an “inmate - first convicted of common crimes and later manipulated by US interests and the internal counterrevolution – who refused to eat despite all warnings and the intervention of Cuban medical specialists.”
In this regard, the Bolivian jurist said this so-called “political prisoner” died, in spite of efforts made to save his life, like any other human being would have died after not eating food for such a long time.
Jimenez Sanjines participated in the 12th Central American and Caribbean Congress on labor and Social Security that concluded on Thursday at Havana’s Hotel Nacional with the presence of professionals from 15 countries.