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  • 21 Mar 2019 5:21 PM | Justicia Cuba (Administrator)


    Santiago de Chile, Chile- 21 de marzo del 2019-Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana- La libertad de Cuba fue el tema que culminó la reunión hoy del Foro Regional en Santiago de Chile de la Unión de Partidos Latinoamericanos (UPLA), coalición de partidos democráticos y anti comunistas de América Latina.  El Dr. Orlando Gutiérrez Boronat, a nombre del Directorio Democrático Cubano y la Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana sobre la crítica situación del pueblo cubano después de 60 años de tiranía. 
     
    Gutiérrez Boronat pidió en su apasionada interlocución el apoyo a la Comisión Justicia Cuba para la instalación de un Tribunal Internacional que juzgue los crímenes de lesa humanidad del Régimen Comunista en Cuba, y la unidad de América Latina en el aislamiento internacional al régimen ilegítimo de Miguel Díaz Canel, controlado por Raúl Castro. 

    Los jefes de partido de más de 20 países participaron en la reunión, que es previa a la Cumbre Hemisférica de gobiernos y fuerzas democráticas convocada por el Presidente Sebastián Piñera.  La delegación de la Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana, compuesta por Luis Zúñiga, Horacio García y Orlando Gutiérrez Boronat, también está invitada formalmente a la Cumbre Hemisférica.  El Presidente de la Comisión Internacional de Justicia Cuba el jurista mexicano René Bolio es también participante en los foros, donde ha expuesto sobre la situación de México.


  • 22 Feb 2019 3:52 PM | Justicia Cuba (Administrator)



    Reunión de Dr. Orlando Gutiérrez Boronat con el Canciller de Costa Rica



    Dr. Orlando Gutiérrez Boronat del Directorio Democratico Cubano habla sobre su entrevista con el Canciller de Costa Rica.

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  • 22 Feb 2019 12:13 PM | Justicia Cuba (Administrator)

    San José, Costa Rica- 22 de febrero del 2019- Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana- El Canciller de Costa Rica, Manuel E. Ventura Robles, recibió hoy al Dr. Orlando Gutiérrez-Boronat, miembro de la Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana; a Drago Dolanescu, Congresista costarricense; y a Daniel Quirós, asesor de la Comisión Justicia Cuba.

    La reunión constituye otro importante logro en la cruzada internacional para investigar, documentar y exponer los crímenes de lesa humanidad cometidos por el Régimen Comunista de Cuba.

    Por cerca de una hora, el Canciller, quien es un reconocido jurista y experto en derechos humanos, conversó en privado con la delegación, los cuales le entregaron un expediente sobre los crímenes de lesa humanidad cometidos por el Régimen Comunista de Cuba.

    “La reunión con el Canciller, quien es una autoridad jurídica en el tema, fue altamente positiva, aunque nos reservamos el contenido de la misma por protocolo. Vinimos a exponer, a consultar y sobre todo a escuchar al jurista experto y al Canciller de un país que es una potencia moral democrática”, dijo Gutiérrez-Boronat al final de la reunión.

    El Dr. Ventura Robles fue Secretario y Juez de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos desde el inicio de la misma. El 7 de enero de 2019 tomó el cargo de Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores en el gobierno del Presidente Carlos Alvarado Quesada.

    En el último año, la Comisión Justicia Cuba, junto a la Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana, ha tenido una importante serie de logros diplomáticos en su lucha por el enjuiciamiento internacional del Régimen Comunista de Cuba por sus crímenes de lesa humanidad.

    En abril del 2018, durante la Cumbre de las Américas en Lima, Perú, miembros de la Comisión Internacional Justicia Cuba y de la Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana se reunieron con la vicepresidenta peruana Mercedes Rosalba Aráoz Fernández, con el ministro de justicia Salvador Heresi y con el Presidente del Congreso de ese país sudamericano, Luis Galaresta. El 18 de mayo, miembros de la Asamblea de la Resistencia Cubana sostuvieron una reunión con el entonces Gobernador de la Florida, Rick Scott, quien expresó su respaldo para crear un tribunal internacional que juzgue al Régimen Castrista. El 21 de septiembre de 2018 se reunieron en Washington DC con el Secretario General de la OEA Luis Almagro, y el 7 de diciembre la OEA celebró, en su sede en Washington D.C., una conferencia conjunta con la Comisión Justicia Cuba sobre los derechos humanos en la Isla. Durante este evento, el Secretario General apoyó explícitamente el llamado a un Tribunal Internacional que juzgue los crímenes de lesa humanidad del Régimen Comunista de Cuba. El 8 de diciembre de 2019 el Dr. Orlando Gutiérrez-Boronat planteó ante la Cumbre Conservadora de las Américas en Iguazú, Brasil, la tesis del Tribunal Internacional del Castrismo la cual fue ampliamente recibida por los representantes de la región presentes. El 20 de diciembre del mismo año el entonces Presidente electo de Brasil, Jair Bolsonaro, recibió al Dr. Gutiérrez-Boronat en su residencia en Río de Janeiro en seguimiento a lo expuesto en la Cumbre de Iguazú.
     

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  • 8 Dec 2018 9:39 AM | Justicia Cuba (Administrator)

    WASHINGTON DC, 5 de diciembre del 2018- JUSTICIACUBA- En preparación para la conferencia sobre los derechos humanos en Cuba que la Comisión Justicia Cuba coauspiciará con la Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA) en la sede de la misma, en Washington DC, este viernes 7 de diciembre, los comisionados sesionaron en la sede de la OEA en una intensa sesión de trabajo.

    “Nos hemos reunido para la revisión e integración conclusiva de los expedientes de los casos que procederán, en la siguiente etapa, a ser judicializados”, dijo Rene Bolio, presidente de la Comisión.

    En la reunión de preparación participaron delegados de la Comisión Justicia Cuba provenientes de Costa Rica, Mexico, República Dominicana, y Uruguay, así como el prominente disidente chino Yang Jianli.

    “Agradecemos el respaldo dado por cientos de activistas por la democracia en Cuba a esta gestión por la justicia”, dijo Hipolito Ramírez, “y nos seguimos poniendo a su disposición para trabajar contra estos terribles crímenes” añadió el ingeniero y activista por los derechos humanos.

    Posteriormente, los miembros de la Comisión fueron invitados a una reunión de la sociedad civil con la Comisión Interamericana de los Derechos Humanos.

    “Sea a nivel político, jurídico o a nivel social, la región latinoamericana tiene que organizarse para juzgar lo antes posible los crímenes de lesa humanidad del régimen comunista de Cuba”, dijo la politóloga costarricense María del Milagro Méndez, co -fundadora de la Comisión.

    La Comisión Justicia Cuba ha entrevistado a docenas de testigos y ha recibido cientos de testimonios en persona y en su “website” desde el inicio de sus investigaciones y audiencias públicas hace escasamente dos años.


  • 7 Dec 2018 1:52 PM | Justicia Cuba (Administrator)

    Closing Remarks of Secretary General Luis Almagro
    Conference on the Human Rights Situation in Cuba
    December 7, 2018

    We have heard presentations from 21 panelists and witnesses this afternoon, five of whom were unable to travel to Washington because they are prohibited from leaving the island. Another attempt by the regime to silence their voices.

    In fact, last Monday, as a journalist friend was on his way to the house of Iván Hernandez Carrillo to film his video, the Cuban political police confiscated all his work equipment, including his mobile telephone. He was detained for seven hours at the police station in Aguada de Pasajeros, Cienfuegos, and told that he would be charged with “Usurping Public Functions”, but he was eventually released.

    We have listened to the chilling testimony of victims and their families.

    The brother and uncle of Berta Antúnez, who were unjustly convicted and subjected to mistreatment, humiliation, and beatings, and forced to live in the most appalling inhumane conditions.

    Berta described the conditions 140 political prisoners were forced to live in, awful overcrowding, deprived of food, beaten and denied medical assistance, slave labor from dawn to dusk, barefoot, half naked, malnourished, hungry, and forced to work until they are sick, lest they be beaten and thrown in solitary confinement.

    The testimony of Jorge Garcia and how he lost 13 members of his family, including children and grandchildren, when on July 13, 1994, the Cuban regime murdered 37 men, women, and children in the tugboat “13 de marzo” massacre.

    The testimony of Sylvia Iriondo, who miraculously survived the February 24 massacre against the planes of the Brothers to the Rescue.

    We have heard how the Cuban regime has repressed, represses, and will continue to repress its people by resorting to such ludicrous offenses as “pre-criminal danger to society,” with the power to use them in practically any circumstance in order to jail political prisoners and to silence critics with minimal justification and without any justification at all.

    We have seen how the model of repression against the freedom of expression and against human rights defenders has morphed into a new form of repression that seeks to leave no trace or evidence; preventing the registration of civil society organizations, making them illegal; using arbitrary detention, imposing travel restrictions, and using the judicial system to criminalize these defenders.

    We support the efforts of International Cuba Justice Commission to investigate, document, and bring to trial the perpetrators of crimes against humanity committed against the Cuban people.

    It is vital that the repressors know that there is not, nor will there be, impunity for crimes against humanity. The initiative of Cuba Justice Commission is indispensable for real democratic change in Cuba.

    We take note of the four resolutions adopted by the Commission to consider concluding the four cases that had been opened, to continue receiving new complaints, to expand the Commission by adding legal, medical, and technical experts, and to organize the call for the creation of an international tribunal for crimes against humanity committed in Cuba. We will continue to support the important work of the Commission.

    We will continue to draw attention to abuses and international crimes committed by the Regime through conferences and hearings, like this one, and others that we will organize.

    As I said this morning, it is time to raise awareness about the oldest dictatorship in hemisphere. It is time to get to work, here at the OAS, on delegitimizing the Cuban regime which, for decades, has been operating and contaminating the rest of the region with its dictatorial practices, always low-profile and almost invisible.

    We support the request made by Rosa Maria Paya for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to draft a country report on Cuba.

    We support the request of Lartiza Diversent that Cuban civil society organizations have access to this Organization, so that they can bring their concerns and complaints, not only to the IACHR, but also to the General Secretariat and the meetings of the OAS political bodies.

    We salute the initiative of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to prepare a plan of action on Cuba and the fact that it will hold hearings on Cuba at its coming session in Bolivia.

    We welcome the suggestion of Carlos Ponce that the General Secretariat prepare a report on the crimes committed in Cuba.

    We hope to soon receive the thematic report of the IACHR Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression.

    All these ideas and initiatives are positive steps to make visible the violations and crimes committed in Cuba. To debunk the false myth and propaganda of the Cuban Government that for too many years has served to “normalize” the situation on the island in the eyes of the international community, and break down the shield surrounding a criminal regime.

    We must continue denouncing this situation in order to restore hope to all those who demand their civil, political, and human rights in Cuba and who dream of a free and democratic Cuba.

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  • 7 Dec 2018 9:10 AM | Justicia Cuba (Administrator)

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  • 3 Dec 2018 1:41 PM | Justicia Cuba (Administrator)


    René Bolio, president of the International Commission for Justice in Cuba, who is being held responsible for crimes against humanity on the island, told Efe today that at the meeting to be held this Friday at the OAS, the files of the four first cases studied.

    “We’re going to leave them ready to start the trial process.” They contain enough information and an “enormous evidentiary burden” so that “any court in the world” can judge those responsible, said the Mexican jurist in telephone statements.

    However, he said that Justicia Cuba seeks the creation of an “ad hoc” tribunal to judge crimes against humanity on the part of the regime that emerged from the 1959 revolution, as happened with those committed by Nazism, Rwanda or the former Yugoslavia.

    Bolio said that of the four cases that the commission has so far supervised, formed by jurists, human rights activists and politicians from several countries, not only Latin Americans, two are already “judicialized.”

    The sinking of the tugboat in 1994, which left 37 dead, is in the orbit of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the shooting down of two small planes from Brothers to the Rescue in 1996, which cost the lives of four pilots, in the US justice system. he pointed.

    The files of the four cases cover “the whole chain” of responsibilities, from the intellectual authors to those who executed the orders.

    The next step, which he hopes will take place in 2019, is for the court to be set up and to “begin to resolve these cases.”
    To achieve this, the commission, said Bolio, has already spoken with “several states” and international institutions and hopes that next year his efforts will provide him with the “teeth” he needs to achieve his goal.

    Bolio stressed the importance of “political support” he has received from the Organization of American States (OAS), whose secretary general, Luis Almagro, will speak on Friday at the conference that will take place in Washington.

    The Commission was created by lawyers, human rights activists and politicians from ten nations of Europe, America and Asia in March 2017 “after the increase in repression” on the island.

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  • 21 Sep 2018 9:06 AM | Justicia Cuba (Administrator)


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