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Cuba prepares to celebrate May 1st

Cuba is finalizing details today for the parade on May 1, Workers’ Day, which annually brings together thousands of nationals and foreigners in the capital.

This year, the central venue of the event will be the José Martí Anti-imperialist Tribune, where nearly 200,000 people from five municipalities of Havana will gather.

This Sunday, a few hours before the celebration of the parade, dozens of Havana residents carried out a day of volunteer work to decorate the Tribune, according to the Havana Government on the social network X.

Likewise, a group of organizational measures were disclosed by the provincial commission of Road Safety of the capital to ensure mobility during the celebration of the proletarian celebration.

In this sense, several streets of the Plaza de la Revolución municipality will be closed and parking will be prohibited to guarantee safe transportation during the activity.

Also in the rest of the provinces of the country, the main squares will be ready to welcome the multitude of Cubans who will celebrate the 65th anniversary of the first workers’ parade, which took place after the triumph of the Cuban Revolution in 1959.

According to Ulises Guilarte, general secretary of the Central de Trabajadores de Cuba, on May 1, Cubans will demand the end of the U.S. economic, financial and commercial blockade and the exclusion of the island from the illegal list of countries allegedly sponsoring terrorism.

As every year, the May 1st solidarity brigade will join the parade, this time made up of more than 250 members from all continents.

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