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Cuban Regime keeps Luis Manuel Otero in solitary confinement

Cuban artist and political prisoner Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara (LMOA) is being held incommunicado in the maximum security prison in Guanajay, Amnesty International denounced on Wednesday.

“Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, Miguel Díaz-Canel’s prisoner of conscience, cannot even talk to his family from prison, the one he should never have set foot in,” Erika Guevara Rosas, representative of Amnesty International, reported on Twitter. in Latin America.

Guevara Rosas also demanded his immediate and unconditional release, and that of all those imprisoned for exercising their rights.

The human rights defender also shared a tweet from the opponent’s account, in which it is indicated that LMOA did not make the corresponding call to their relatives this Tuesday, as is their right.

“We assume that he should continue to be punished for having taken the audio from May 18. We also have no news of the sentence, ”adds the message.

For her part, the art curator and partner of Otero, Claudia Genlui, said on Facebook: “Not only are they depriving him of his liberty, of a fair and transparent process, not even the sentence has been determined yet, if something can be determined in that theater. ”.

“How long are they going to keep it quiet too? It is impossible. Luis’s voice feels louder than any of them,” she added.

On May 18, Luis Manuel Otero offered his first statements since he was imprisoned on July 11, 2021.

In a voice message shared on Facebook by Genlui, the artivist asked all Cubans not to “lose faith in the triumph of good, truth and freedom.”

In addition, he expressed: “Soon it will be a year of the super mobilization in a peaceful and unprecedented way of the Cuban people in search of their freedom. This year I had not said how proud I am to be Cuban and of this people inside and outside the Island. I am sure that freedom will come very soon, very soon.”

Luis Manuel Otero faces a prosecutor request for seven years of deprivation of liberty for the alleged crimes of aggravated contempt, public disorder and instigation to commit a crime.

The trial against the activist, developed under a strong police operation, was “concluded for sentencing” on May 31.

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José Martí
José Martí
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