"Declarations of Havana" hits Iranian bookshelves
"The First and Second Declarations of Havana" has been released in Iran. It was converted into Persian by Naser Yekta.
IBNA: The First and Second Declarations of Havana spares no leniency in its ruthless indictments of "imperialist plunder" and "the exploitation of man by man", champions the power of the greater aggregate of laboring humanity, and remains as sharply focused a call to revolutionary struggle today as it was forty-five years ago.
In these declarations the leaders of the Cuban revolutionary backed by the Cuban people show the way forward for Latin America.
The First Declaration, proclaimed in September 1960, is "the right of the peasants to the land; the right of the workers to the fruit of their labor; and the right of nations to nationalize the imperialist monopolies.
"The Second Declaration, written in February 1962, calls for continent-wide revolutionary struggle."What does the Cuban revolution teach?" it asks. "That revolution is possible," it answers. Only a revolutionary battle with the capitalist state to forge a workers and farmers government that fights to build socialism can bring liberation.
The first print of "The First and Second Declarations of Havana" has been released in Iran in 1000 copies and 135 pages by Talaye Parsu.
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