Anabel Díaz (photo)
In a press conference González stated, “It is the most important event that will take place for the remainder of this year.”
He added that jurists, parliamentarians, academics, intellectuals, political figures, and activists, among many others will be participating in the scheduled events, which include artistic performances and a protest outside the White House.
González also highlighted the visit by members of parliaments from other countries to Congressional offices, lobbying their U.S counterparts to take action for the release of the three remaining anti-terrorists, Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino and Antonio Guerrero, currently incarcerated in federal prisons. Their compatriots René González and Fernando González have completed their unjust sentences in full and returned to Cuba.
Attorney Martin Garbus and Canadian writer Stephen Kimber will hold a press conference June 4 at the National Press Club, where they will discuss the case and explain its significance in the history of bilateral relations between the U.S. and Cuba.