"No man, no!" With that popular expression of denial that was said spontaneously by one of the attendees, the inhabitants of this province of eastern Cuba reiterated their rejection of the application of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.
As part of the campaign to denounce the Helms-Burton Law that intensifies the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States against Cuba, a video mapping was carried out in Havana.
The Foreign Ministers of the European Union (EU) address on Monday in Luxembourg the diplomatic efforts to avert the consequences of the application of the Helms-Burton law on Cuba, among others current affairs.
Official records revealed on Wednesday that foreign entrepreneurs can count on all Cuban government support to counteract any attempt at harming their businesses following the activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.
Cuba's President Miguel Diaz-Canel has cautioned the Helms-Burton Law threatens peace, solidarity, peaceful coexistence and friendship.
Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermudez has reaffirmed on Monday that the Helms-Burton Act is illegal, unenforceable and has no legal value or effect.
Cuban government has reportedly provided on Friday all the political and legal guarantees to entrepreneurs in the country against the possible effects of the Helms-Burton Act.
Reflection and denunciation assemblies are being held these days in labor and educational centers in the province, which have the Helms-Burton Act as the target issue, with emphasis on its Title III, whose activation on May 2nd has generated the rejection of Cubans and many countries in the world.
The Helms-Burton Act that the United States is currently applying against Cuba is illegitimate, Davide Meloni, General Secretary of the Communist Party in Sardinia, Italy, said.
On May 2nd, the Title III of the Helms-Burton Act entered into force, which allows US citizens, who were subject to nationalizations or expropriations by Cuban laws from January 1959, may file a claim with the United States courts against those people who "traffic" with their old properties.