Finally something is moving, very slowly, but it’s moving.
It’s very good that the church of our country came out in defense of our unjustly imprisoned compatriots. It has been a long seven years, waiting for them to be freed, and it’s inconceivable that they have been imprisoned for something which nowhere in the civilized world is a crime: thinking and expressing yourself publicly.
We are happy, because they will get their lives back, not only the prisoners of conscience but also their families who have suffered along with those sentenced.
Fariñas says that he will not give up his hunger strike until at least ten or twelve of them have been freed. Time is short. I think that if it only took twenty-four hours to try and incarcerate them, they should be able to free them with the same speed.
From here, I want to express my recognition for those who in one way or another have had something to do with this goodwill gesture.
As my grandmother used to say, it’s never too late.