The women in Contramaestre express their rejection of the Helms-Burton Act, this is the opinion of Aidé Tabares Hernández, a worker at the Baire District Polyclinic and secretary of the Block of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) Ana Batancour 2 of Frank País District in this city.
Tabares Hernandez affirms that there is no law or threat that can frighten us, and that she and all Cubans work today without losing their calm or tenderness, and with the conviction that the Cuban Revolution is unstoppable.
“My position, which is that of all Cubans, of the Cuban family, who are quite affected by this spawn of law, is one of firmness and determination to continue defending the Revolution at the price that is necessary,” she expressed to Contramaestre News.
She assures us that they are not going to intimidate us or kill our revolutionary position or our spirit of selfless working women, because she feels that the Cuban Revolution has given Cuban women the possibilities of development in every sense, it has made their dreams of emancipation come true, of granting them the opportunity to contribute to society on an equal footing with men.
“Today we have stability in our work, with our children and their education, their health, their real possibilities to participate in sports, we are guaranteed social security. And the only thing that this law will achieve is greater unity among Cuban women and the entire people, concluded Tabares Hernández.