Che Guevara’s Daughter Rejects Presence at Panama Summit of Man who Murdered her Father

Aleida Guevara, daughter of Cuban-Argentinean revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara, described as shameful the presence in the activities of the Summit of the Americas of Felix Rodriguez Mendigutia, who was directly involved in the assassination of her father in Bolivia.

“In was a nonsense decision by whoever admitted him, said Guevara and reiterated that the presence of the former CIA agent is shameful. Felix was a CIA instrument and he offered himself in a mean manner to murder him.”

Che’s daughter also said that the presence of Rodriguez Medigutia at the continental forum, the first to have Cuba’s participation in history, is a provocation and she added that the former CIA agent and other anti-Cuba paid mercenaries there are fully discredited before public opinion because it is evident—she said—that they are trying to disrupt the summit.

Guevara said that as the daughter of Che she was pleased with the strong rejection expressed by Cubans and other nationals attending the activities prior to the summit.

“Such response rewards me a lot because you realize that Che is still a living example for the honest young people in this world.”

Articles by: ACN

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