Multitudinous parade of the proletariat of Artemisa for the May Day

Artemisa, Cuba - With the presence of the members of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (CCPCC), Gladys Martínez Verdecia, first secretary of the political organization in Artemisa and Inés María Chapman Waugh, vice president of the State Council, more than 30 thousand workers of Artemisa paraded at the May Day provincial rally in the capital city of Artemisa.

The multicolored march with 19 blocks was developed in front of the Mausoleum of the Martyrs of this territory, in which the working class of the Red Villa ratified its support to the Cuban Revolution and rejected the North American measures to intensify the blockade against Cuba.

It also condemned the attempted coup in Venezuela on Tuesday and expressed support for the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela.

Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López

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