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Lady in White forced to leave Plaza de la Revolucion

Lady in White forced to leave Plaza de la Revolución

HAVANA, November 10 (Roberto Santana Rodríguez / www.cubanet.org) – Berta Soler Fernández, wife of imprisoned dissident Angel Moya Acosta, says she was ordered out of the Plaza de la Revolución area last week while waiting to deliver a letter of protest about her husband to President Fidel Castro.
“It appears that I’m not a citizen of this country,” she said.
Soler Fernández said she went to the Council of State to deliver the letter but that she was told that a Mr. Montes de Oca was in a meeting. When she returned an hour later, she said an official named José told her that she would not be received by anyone and to remove herself from the area of Plaza de la Revolución.
Moya Acosta, who was sentenced to 20 years during the trials of 75 dissidents in 2003, was operated on for a herniated disk last year. He was recently moved to the Combinado del Este prison where his wife said conditions were not good for him.
 

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