They call for a peaceful demonstration in Cuba on November 20
Hundreds of Cubans have requested in the offices of the Provincial Government of Havana and the Council of the Administration of Old Havana, a permit, to carry out a peaceful march in the capital of all Cubans, next November 20, protected by the Right of assembly and association recognized in Article 56, of the Constitution of the Republic of Cuba and Article 20, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Cubans await response to the peaceful March
In case of not receiving a response to the request of hundreds of Cubans for a peaceful march, on November 20, it will be taken as the green light to carry out the march called on social networks, a request that was made to several offices of the Cuban Government and to all the provinces of Cuba, to take to the streets to demand and protest for the rights of every citizen against violence and the liberation of political prisoners, a peaceful march, not violence.
Organizers of the Pacific March publish, no to violence in Cuba
The organizers of the march on November 20 in Cuba pronounces a Decalogue of Civic Violence.
Archipelago and the Council for Democratic Transition, ask to stay away from violence, not respond to insults and be respectful in all possible ways. The Archipelago project and the Council for Democratic Transition in Cuba, made a statement on social networks to all Cubans, to join the peaceful march on November 20, to take to the streets peacefully to demand their rights as Cuban citizens and human beings who must be heard.