Havana, Oct 5 (RHC-PL) Dominican judge Miriam German, of the Supreme Court of Justice in Santo Domingo, delivered a keynote speech today on the case of the Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unjustly imprisoned in the United States.
The speech, coordinated by the Dominican Campaign of Solidarity with Cuba and the Dominican chapter of the American Association of Jurists, was held at the "Pedro Henriquez" National Library.
Miriam German, with a 42 year legal career, is the second substitute for the president of the Supreme Court, and head of the Criminal Court.
Organizers of the event, part of the global campaign for the release of Cuban antiterrorists, expect that diplomats, intellectuals, politicians, and supporters of Cuba's revolutionary process will attend the lecture.
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