Diaz-Canel recalls Fidel's speech on threats to Revolution

Diaz-Canel recalls Fidel’s speech on November 27, 1959.

HAVANA, Cuba.- The Cuban President, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, recalled the speech of leader Fidel Castro Ruz on November 27, 60 years ago, alluding to the threats and enemies of the revolutionary process.

Where the Revolution should be strong is in the conscience of every Cuban, Diaz-Canel wrote on Twitter, where he added a link to Fidel’s speech posted on Cubadebate web portal.

On November 27, 1959, the leader of the Revolution warned of the increasingly daring, increasingly insolent enemies of the revolutionary process, which was only 10 months old.

At another point in the speech, the historic leader of the Revolution also denounced the manipulation of big press agencies on the island, which he accused of being the instrument to cover in mud the prestige of the Cuban Revolution.