Santiago de Cuba__ Since its beginning with the hymn based on the concept of Revolution expressed by Fidel Castro, the parade for the International Worker's Day was held today in the Heroic City, inspired by the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Prensa Latina publishes.

This was expressed by hundreds of banners and posters that evoked the legacy of the Commander in Chief, whose ashes the people of Santiago are honored to keep in the cemetery of Santa Ifigenia since last December 4th.

At Antonio Maceo Revolution, the proletarian march was held, headed by the vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers, José Ramón Machado Ventura, accompanied by the main authorities of this eastern province.

Maria de los Angeles Cordero, general secretary of the Cuban Workers Union (CTC), mentioned among other motivations for the massive popular demonstration the 60th and 50th anniversaries of the murders of the young clandestine fighter Frank País and the guerrilla Ernesto Guevara, respectively.

The union leader also referred to the imperative of unity as strength for Cuban society in the construction of Socialism and in Latin America to face the attacks of the right in their efforts to thwart revolutionary and progressive processes.

The workers of Santiago and their families began the parades in the country, which also extended to the other municipalities as a new demonstration of attachment to the Revolution and the will to continue the transformations in progress as part of the new economic model of the nation.

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