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Fidel Castro Sends Letter to Informative Round Table of Cuban Television and Radio
The president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, sent a letter to the Informative Round Table of the Cuban Television and Radio, concerning the new commitments contracted in the United Nations (UN) by the Caribbean island.

Randy Alonso, moderator of the informative space, read Fidel's missive, in which the Leader of the Cuban Revolution makes reference to the emotion he felt when he watched the extraordinary documentary by the Argentinean film director, Carolina Silvestre, in which she dismounts, one by one, the lies on the democracy and on the human rights in the developed capitalism.

Fidel Casto points out that during several days, starting from the constitutional referendum in Venezuela last December 2nd, he tried to remember, among the hundreds of statements of his revolutionary task, one in which he concretely defined the position and international commitments of Cuba.

The statesman narrates that he requested copy of several videos in which he approached the topic. He selected at random and realized that one of the most precise was transmitted in the Informative Round Table, in April 2001. He remembered that the Cubans are absorbed in an electoral process and considered the ideas and the starting point of his political life.

Fidel emphasized that he would title that video with his final line: "The history will say who possesses the reason", and requested Randy Alonso to transmit it in the Round Table this Thursday, which focused the new international commitments of Cuba in the UN.

The Cuban President also remembered that his statements, in the Round Table on April 25, 2001, were encouraged by some words of the prime minister of Canada, Jean Chrétien, in the Third Summit of the Americas.


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