South Africa to Denounce Injustice against Cuban Five

South Africa to Denounce Injustice against Cuban FiveHavana, November 25. -The denouncing of irregularities in the trial and the maltreatment to five anti-terrorist fighters of Cuba since 1998, will get to the 17th World Youth and Students Festival in South Africa, said the son of one of the Cuban Five here Wednesday.

In conversation with Prensa Latina, the eldest son of Antonio Guerrero, with the same name as his father, said that thousands of young people will know about the Cuban Five in South Africa, from December 13 to 21.

Antonio Guerrero, Ramón Labañiño, René Gonzalez, Gerardo Hernandez and Fernando Gonzalez were arrested in the US when they were monitoring the terrorist actions of anti-Cuban groups in Florida, US.

A lot of irrefutable evidence, the innocence and testimonies from high military chiefs of the US show the Cuban Five never attempted against the US national security.

"Our interventions will show the human part of the case, the suffering for more than 12 years of separation and the value of world solidarity, for their definite liberation," said Antonio Guerrero Jr.

This Cuban young man, graduated from the Information Sciences University and who works for the Civil Aeronautics Institute of Cuba, will be a member of the Cuban delegation to the 17th World Youth and Students Festival.

The Cuban delegation is comprised by 265 Cuban citizens, including renowned artists, sports stars and internationalist fighters who took part in the independence of Africa.

A total of 35 collaborators from different sectors giving services in South Africa, Algeria, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho and Swazilandia will join those who depart from Havana on December 9.

Together with Antonio Guerrero Jr. the respective elder daughters of Rene Gonzalez (Irma Gonzalez) and Ramon Labanino (Aili Labanino) will travel to South Africa as members of the delegation. (Prensa Latina)