Reflections of Fidel
What I wrote on Tuesday 19
THAT Tuesday, there was no fresh international news. My modest message to the people of Monday, February 18 had no problem being widely circulated. I began to receive news from 11:00 a.m. The previous night I slept like never before. My conscience was at rest and I had promised myself a vacation. The days of tension, with the proximity of February 24, left me exhausted.
What is “the transition”?
Losing our identity?
BY LAZARO BARREDO MEDINA
• IT is not surprising that W. Bush has returned to his recurring discourse on Cuba and the transition. “I believe that the change from Fidel Castro ought to give rise to a period of democratic transition,” he said two days ago during a press conference in Rwanda, as part of his tour of five African nations.
Last Friday, February 15, I promised you that in my next reflection I would deal with an issue of interest to many compatriots. Thus, this now is rather a message.
The moment has come to nominate and elect the State Council, its President, its Vice-Presidents and Secretary.