Salvadoran President-elect, Salvador Sanchez Ceren, and his wife Margarita Sanchez, still remain in Cuba, where they traveled the week before the Easter holidays. It is expected that upon his return, Sanchez Ceren will begin forming his cabinet and transitional government.
Sanchez Ceren and his wife met yesterday with two Cubans arrested in Miami in 1998, both of which were accused by the U.S. government of acting against national security. The Cuban government claims they are innocent and has branded them as “heroes”.
In total there were five Cubans arrested, three of who remain imprisoned in Miami.
According to an official statement from the FMLN, Cuban citizens Fernando Gonzalez Llort and René González ” thanked Sanchez Ceren for his full support to their cause. During the meeting, which took place in a fraternal and supportive environment, accompanied by their wives, they thanked the Salvadoran people through Sanchez Ceren for their support and fight for ... Read More