¿Del tirano? del tirano di todo,¡di más!;
y clava con furia de mano esclava
sobre su oprobio al tirano.
¿Del error? Pues del error di el antro,
di las veredas oscuras:
di cuanto puedas del tirano y del error.
José Martí


PARA CUBA LIBERTAD / FREEDOM FOR CUBA!!. IT'S TIME!!!

PARA CUBA LIBERTAD / FREEDOM FOR CUBA!!. IT'S TIME!!!

Friday, August 13, 2010

AMNISTIA INTERNACIONAL TOMA CARTAS EN EL CASO DE REYNA LUISA TAMAYO

GRACIAS!!!!! , YA ERA HORA !!!!!

 Les traduzco, en un documento titulado:


Documento- Cuba: Madre es acosada por marchar por su hijo muerto: Reina Luisa Tamayo.

Cuba 11 Agosto 2010
Accion urgente


MADRE ES ACOSADA POR MARCHAR POR SU HIJO MUERTO.

La madre de el prisionero de conciencia que murio despues de una huelga de hambre ha sido repetidamente acosada e intimidada en un intento de impedir que ella organiza marchas para conmemorar la muerte de su hijo. La proxima marcha esta planeada para el 15 de Agosto.

Reina Luisa Tamayo es la madre de Orlando Zapata Tamayo, un prisionero de conciencia que murio en 22 de febrero del  2010, despues de haber pasado varias semanas e huelga de hambre  mientras estaba en prision. Desde la muerte de su hijo, Reina Luisa Tamayo ha organizado marchas semanales , los domingos en su pueblo de Banes, Hoguin , Cuba en honor a la memoria de su hijo.

Familiares y amigos que han acompanado a Reina Luisa Tamayo en esas marchas semanales desde su casa para atsistir en a la Iglesia de "Nuestra Senora de la Caridad", en Banes y de ahi hasta el Cementerio donde se encuentran los restos de Orlando Zapata Tamayo, El pasado domingo 8 de Agosto, el grupo reporta que en el momento en que ellos salieron de la casa de Reina Luisa para iniciar su marcha, ellos fueron confrontados a unos pocos metros de la casa por cientos de simpatizantes del gobierno, que les bloquearon el camino y golpearon a lagunos de los participantes. Ellos fueron empujados otra vez hasta la casa y fueron seguidos hasta el jardin. Los participantes intentaron dos veces mas continuar su marcha pero fueron violentamente confrontados nuevamente por los simpatizantes del gobierno, quienes se quedaron fuera de la casa hasta casi el anochecer. de acuerdo a Reina Luisa Tamayo durante todo este tiempo la policia estuvo cerca de la casa mirando lo que ocurria y sin intervenir.
El grupo reporto como el 8 de Agosto, ellos tambien habian sido confrontados por los simpatizantes del gobierno y oficiales de la Securidad del Estado que habian estado rondando alrededor de la casa de Reina Luisa y les habian prevenido de no marchar. Algunas veces les habian impedido ir al cementerio o a la Iglesia o a ninguno de los dos lugares. Ellos tambien reportaron que oficiales de la seguridad del estado y Oficiales de la Policia habian implementado "Puestos de vigilancia" en la ruta que ellos debian seguir, desde el dia antes de la marcha,  para evitar que algunas personas llegaran a la cas y se unieran a la marcha.

POR FAVOR ESCRIBA INMEDIATAMENTE en espanol o en su propio idioma :

- Pedir a las autoridades que se aseguren de poner un alto inmediato al acoso e intimidacion a Reina Luisa Tamayo por los que apoyan al gobierno , asi como a sus familiares, amigos y todos aquellos que deseen pacificamente ejercer su derecho a la libre expresion, asamblea y asociacion.
- Pedir a las autoridades que le permitan a Reina Luisa Tamayo y a otros a marchar pacificamente los Domingos, como es su derecho.


POR FAVOR ENVIAR SUS PEDIDO ANTES DEL 22 DE SEPTIEMBRE 2010 A:


JEFE DE ESTADO Y GOBIERNO
Raúl Castro Ruz Presidente
La Habana, Cuba
Fax: +53 7 8333085 (via Foreign Ministry); +1 2127791697 (via Cuban Mission to UN)
Email: cuba@un.int (c/o Cuban Mission to UN)
Salutation: Su Excelencia/Your Excellency

MINISTRO DEL INTERIOR
General Abelardo Coloma Ibarra
Ministro del Interior y Prisiones
Ministerio del Interior, Plaza de la Revolución, La Habana, Cuba
Fax: +53 7 8333085 (via Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
+1 2127791697 (via Cuban Mission to UN)Salutation: Su Excelencia/Your Excellency

Tambien envien copias de sus cartas a los representantes consulares de sus respectivos paises.


Document - Cuba: Mother harassed for marching for dead son: Reina Luisa Tamayo

UA: 174/10 Index: AMR 25/012/2010 Cuba Date: 11 August 2010
URGENT ACTION
MOTHER HARASSED FOR MARCHING FOR DEAD SON
The mother of a Cuban prisoner of conscience who died after hunger striking has been repeatedly harassed and intimidated in an attempt to stop her from organizing marches to commemorate her son's death. The next march is planned for 15 August.
Reina Luisa Tamayo is the mother of Orlando Zapata Tamayo, a prisoner of conscience who died on 22 February 2010, having spent several weeks on hunger strike whilst in prison. Since her son’s death, Reina Luisa Tamayo has organized weekly marches on Sundays in the town of Barnes, Holguin Province, Cuba, to honour her son's memory.
Relatives and friends accompany Reina Luisa Tamayo on these weekly marches from her home to attend mass at the Nuestra Señora de la Caridad Church, in Barnes and from there to the cemetery where Orlando Zapata Tamayo is buried. Last Sunday, 8 August, the group reported that as soon as they tried to leave Reina Luisa Tamayo’s house to start their march, they were confronted a few metres away from the house by hundreds of government supporters who blocked their way and beat some of the participants. They were pushed back to the house and followed into the house’s garden. The participants tried twice more to leave the house and resume the march but they were again violently confronted by the government supporters, who stayed outside the house until late in the afternoon. According to Reina Luisa Tamayo, during all this time a police patrol was close to her house watching as the events unfolded and failing to intervene.
The group have reported how prior to 8 August, they have also been confronted by government supporters and state security officials who have gathered around Reina Luisa Tamayo's house and prevented them from marching, sometimes preventing them from reaching the church, the cemetery, or both. They have also reported how state security officials and police officers have set up check points on the routes to Reina Luisa Tamayo’s house on the day prior to the march to prevent people from reaching the house and joining the march.
PLEASE WRITE IMMEDIATELY in Spanish or your own language:

  • Calling on the authorities to ensure an immediate halt to the harassment and intimidation of Reina Luisa Tamayo by government supporters, and that of her relatives and friends and any other citizens who seek to peacefully exercise their right to freedom of expression, assembly and association;

  • Calling on the authorities to permit Reina Luisa Tamayo and others to march peacefully as is their right on Sundays.
PLEASE SEND APPEALS BEFORE 22 SEPTEMBER 2010 TO:


Head of State and Government
Raúl Castro Ruz Presidente
La Habana, Cuba
Fax: +53 7 8333085 (via Foreign Ministry); +1 2127791697 (via Cuban Mission to UN)
Email: cuba@un.int (c/o Cuban Mission to UN)
Salutation: Su Excelencia/Your Excellency
Interior Minister
General Abelardo Coloma Ibarra
Ministro del Interior y Prisiones
Ministerio del Interior, Plaza de la Revolución, La Habana, Cuba
Fax: +53 7 8333085 (via Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
+1 2127791697 (via Cuban Mission to UN)Salutation: Su Excelencia/Your Excellency


Also send copies to diplomatic representatives accredited to your country. Check with your section office if sending appeals after the above date.
URGENT ACTION
MOTHER HARASSED FOR MARCHING FOR DEAD SON

Additional Information

Reina Luisa Tamayo is one of the Damas de Blanco (Ladies in White), a group of women relatives and friends of prisoners detained during a major crackdown on government critics in March 2003. In 2003, over several days, the Cuban authorities arrested 75 men and women for their peaceful expression of critical opinions of the government. They were subjected to summary trials and were sentenced to long prison terms of up to 28 years. Amnesty International declared the 75 convicted dissidents to be prisoners of conscience, 32 of them remain in prison.
Damas de Blanco organizes peaceful weekly marches in Havana where they distribute flowers and call for the release of their relatives and friends. In March 2010 Damas de Blanco organized a daily march for a week to mark the seventh anniversary of the arrest of their relatives. On 17 of March 2010, their march was forcibly broken up by Cuban police, who briefly detained several women. Some of the women claimed that they were beaten by the police.
UA: 174/10 Index: AMR 25/012/2010 Issue Date: 11 August 2010

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