Long Live Religious Freedom!

Long Live religious freedom

Ciego de Avila

On January 5, prisoner of conscience Adolfo Fernandez, a member of the Group of 75, had a family visit in the Provincial Prison of Canaletas in Ciego de Aliva.  The political police official in Canaleta would not allow him to receive a magazine that his wife had brought him, claiming “that it was very strong”.  The magazine in question was Lay Space, a publication of the Lay Council of the Archdiocese of Havana, volume 5, number 3 2009, which is a publication of the Catholic Church of Cuba.  In this issue interesting subjects are presented for public debate, for the reconstruction of a broken country and the subject of the House of Cuba; Our House of Cuba. A citizen, Antonio Femenia Echemendia de Ciego de Avila, accompanied Fernandez’ wife and was not permitted to enter Canaleta prison.

Pedro Argüelles Morán, Group of 75.
Canaleta Prison

Translated by Phyllis Schoenberg


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