Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Mexican Senate Condemns Cuba Blockade and Bush's Speech

Cuba’s daily newspaper Juventud Rebelde reported today that yesterday the Mexican Senate unanimously condemned the United States blockade against Cuba and the recent threats of George W Bush against the island.

The accord was adopted from the proposal of Senator Yeldekol Polevnskt, a member of the Party of the Democratic Revolution, who was also supported by the Labor Party of Mexico.

The document reiterates the most vigorous condemnation to the siege imposed unilaterally by the United States against the Cuban people and asks the international community to take definitive measures that will guarantee the lifting of those policies.

It also rejected the extraterritorial application of laws and all coercive policies which inhibit the free commerce and good relations among nations.

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