Jaruco, Mayabeque. The workers of Radio Jaruco also reject the application of Title III of the Helms Burton Law, and this was stated in a special morning held on May 21 at the headquarters of this community plant.
The artists, directors and journalists focused the analysis of this legislation, which as the diplomat, politician and writer Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada warns, “Is conceived only for Cuba, and seeks to universalize the blockade and codify it.”
They also shared ideas about the media focus of the event in Cuba and the world, and how several nations not only pay attention to related events, but also refute it because it contravenes International Law.
The idea that this is another useless step in pursuit of a dream transition on the island prevailed in the meeting, where the consensus was to continue producing content that unmasks the true essence of Helms Burton.
In this context, the validity of the analyzes exposed by the jurists and other specialists of the territory in informative spaces such as the round table, Open Dialogue and the radio news of Radio Jaruco.
Translated by Ada Iris Guerrero