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Each speech of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro on May 1st, was an description of how much the people had advanced in their intense and victorious years of struggle and also the call to defend and preserve the achievements of the Revolution at any price.  

This was reiterated in his speech on the International Workers' Day in 2003.
His last May Day in the stand with his people was in 2006 and since the following year, although he did not give the central speech in the national act, he did so from the reflections warning about the threats of the enemy from the north, always calling to unity and to turn each task into a great victory.

This 2018 parade will be the second one without his physical presence and the 18th anniversary of the concept of Revolution, the same one that turned into a combat commitment we have sworn to defend.

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