Cuba: A Mourning for Fidel, Also a Hope
Mexico, Dec 4 (Prensa Latina) The demonstration made by millions of Cubans in a tribute to Fidel Castro was amourning, but also, it was a sample of hope, said an article written for Mexican newspaper La Jornada Sunday.
The endless rows by people of all kinds in Cuba, reflect sorrow, concern, seriousness, before the death of a man who filled the last 60 years of the Cuban social life, said La Jornada.
'But their presence, just as the shout 'Yo Soy Fidel' (I Am Fidel) by hundreds of thousands of Cuban people, mean: here we are again, just like in 1962, ready for anything that is needed to do,' it adds.
La Jornada points out that most of those who went on a parade for a long national mourning, to pay tribute to Fidel Castro, were born, or were formed after the triumph of the Cuban Revolution in 1959.
The Mexican newspaper states, that 'they are children of a democratic, anti-imperialist and anti-Batistian revolution and participated in the efforts for the construction of the socialism, just a few kilometers away from the US'.
The Cuban people has been and is capable of feats. It will ensure their independence and their future ', it concludes.
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