On Februar 13th, a conference was held in Murcia on the so-called ” Deal of the Century”, for peace in Palestine, signed and made public by Trump and Netanyahu.
This event was organized by the collective “Free Palestine”, formed by various organizations and movements in solidarity with the Palestinian people, including the FAI Local Committee.
Majed Dibsi, Palestinian journalist and jurist, collaborator of the FAI and Francisco Jarauta, internationally renowned philosopher, addressed in their interventions the current situation of Palestine in its international context and showed how the content of the aforementioned “agreement/theft” of the century, if applied, would mean the annexation by Israel of the occupied Palestinian territories and those still in Palestinian hands (fifteen percent) and the impossibility of the return of more than 5 million Palestinian refugees, mostly in surrounding countries.
Last Sunday, February 23rd , an event about Augusto C. Sandino took place in Murcia. The FAI participated in the organization of the event.
It was attended by the Ambassador of the Republic of Nicaragua in Spain, Mr. Carlos Midence, who spoke about Sandino’s anti-imperialist thought and its validity, as attested to by recent events in various Latin American countries, and former IU Deputy Vanessa Angustia, who stressed the need to maintain the purpose of building a socialist society to ensure the social achievements made.
Paca L. Labaña, from the FAI Local Committee in Murcia, intervened on behalf of the FAI. She pointed out the internationalist objective of the FAI to fight against imperialism, within the framework of respect for the sovereignty of the peoples to decide their destiny, as well as the need to strengthen a world anti-imperialist movement to respond to the current imperialist aggressions, all over the world, and recently to countries in Latin America that do not consider themselves their subjects and are fighting to maintain their national sovereignty.
Two representatives of the Bolivian MAS-IPSP residing in Murcia intervened in this line, encouraging them to sustain the struggle for sovereignty and the defense of the resources of their peoples.
After a Nicaraguan dance, performed by a Sandinista from Murcia, there was a tasting of Nicaraguan gastronomy, offered by the Nicaraguan Sandinistas living in Murcia.