Negotiation “blocked” by the dictatorship, which refuses to accept the bishops as witnesses, and international guarantors.
“I know I’m not free, I won’t be free until I receive my letter of release,” affirms Matute, the political prisoner who underwent a heart operation.
Yonarqui Martinez would be the first lawyer to be processed for carrying out her work defending the political prisoners.
They demand to be in the dialogue and reject the possibility of negotiating the death of their children.
Under total government secrecy, the first political prisoners are moved to their homes in vehicles of the Penitentiary System.
Before starting any negotiation, it is essential for the population to march under libertarian slogans, to link again to the negotiations.