The Cuban ruler Miguel Diaz-Canel He is repudiated by the Mexican people in the days prior to his visit to that country to participate in the celebrations for the 211th anniversary of Mexico’s independence.
The celebrations will begin on September 16. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) invited his Cuban counterpart to the festivities and the Ministry of Foreign Relations (MINREX) confirmed the participation This saturday.
Mexicans, and Cubans residing in that country, began to leave their messages of disagreement with Díaz-Canel’s visit to Mexico through social networks such as Twitter.
They assure that the Cuban president is not welcome in Mexico, because he is a dictator who put Cubans against Cubans to fight on July 11 when anti-government demonstrations took place throughout the island.
Hashtags like #CanelMexicoTeRepudia or #FueraCACAnel are trending on Twitter, while the arrival of the Cuban president is awaited next Thursday, September 16.
The island’s authorities have not detailed the program of activities of the ruler in Mexico or his participation in the commemorative events, but they specified that his visit will last until September 18.
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