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Democratic Solidarity Party

Democratic Solidarity Party
Leader Fernando Sánchez López
Founded 1992
Ideology Liberalism,
Human rights,
Political position Centre to Centre-right
International affiliation Liberal International
Politics of Cuba
Political parties

The Democratic Solidarity Party (Partido Solidaridad Democrática) is a political human rights by the peaceful route." The President of the party is Fernando Sánchez López. The party is a full member of Liberal International.

Current PSD/DSP

In February 2007 the following persons were elected to the national executive committee of PSD:

  1. Fernando Sánchez López, President.
  2. Antonio Torres Justo, Vice president pro tempore and executive secretary
  3. Carlos Aitcheson Guzmán, international relations pro tempore
  4. Marcos Fiallo Samper, Finances
  5. Ignacio Padrón Navarro, Organizer
  6. Osmar Laffita, public relacions and spokesperson
  7. Orestes Cartaya Lirio, youth issues
  8. Juan de Dios Duke, human rights and attention to political prisoners
  9. Raúl Chávez Valdivia, Representative of the oriental provinces Granma, Santiago de Cuba, Guantánamo.
  10. Wilber Hernández Acosta, epresentantive of the oriental provinces Ciego de Avila, Camagüey, Las Tunas, Holguín
  11. Rolando Delgado, epresentantive of the occidental provinces
  12. Jorge Verrier Rodríguez, epresentantive of the central provinces
  13. Rafael Arias Carmona, workers and farmers issues
  14. Adolfo Fernández Sainz, international relations, in jail because of the 75
  15. Margarita Cienfuegos, women's secretary

Provincial delegates

  1. Rolando Delgado Ramos, Pinar del Río
  2. Ignacio Padrón Navarro, Havana province
  3. Hermes Diago Gómez, Matanzas
  4. Ricardo Filgueira Fajardo, Cienfuegos
  5. Juan de Dios Ortueta, Villa Clara
  6. Rubén Mulén Torno, S.Spíritus
  7. Israel Savigñon Revé, Camagüey
  8. Amauri Peña Rodríguez, Las Tunas
  9. Raúl Chávez Valdivia. Granma
  10. Eidy Graña Toledo, Holguín
  11. Dr. Arnoldo de la Cruz Bañobre, Santiago de Cuba.
  12. Argos Alejandro Matos Ricardo, Havana city

See also

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