Ngoi thanh ng au tien c xay dng tai Cuba

sau Cach mang 1959

 

Ngoi thanh ng au tien c xay dng tai Cuba, sau Cach mang 1959.

Cuba (WH 04-02-2015) - T sau cuoc Cach mang 1959, ay la lan au tien chnh quyen Cuba chnh thc cho phep xay dng mot ngoi thanh ng Cong giao toa lac tai thanh pho Sandino, pha cc Tay cua ao quoc.

c thanh lap t nam 1976 e vinh danh nha hoat ong cach mang Nicaragua Augusto Cesar Sandino (1895-1934), thanh pho Sandino nam trong so cac "thanh pho b quan ly chat che", can phai tai cau truc va kiem soat cac nong dan b ket toi ung ho cac nhom bat ong chnh kien trong nhng nam 1970.

B cong an kiem soat nghiem ngat, c dan Sandino gom 60% theo Cong giao, lau nay khong co nha th. Mai cho en nam 1998, mot giao x mi c thanh lap va s dung nha e xe cua mot can nha do giao phan Pinar Del Rio thue lam ni sinh hoat cua giao x.

"Chung toi muon xay dng mot ngoi thanh ng ung ngha t nhieu nam nay, nhng ieu o a khong thc hien c", cha Cirillo Castro, linh muc chnh x Thanh Tam, ngi va nhan c giay phep xay dng nha th t Ban Ton Giao, a giai thch cho tuan bao tieng Tay Ban Nha Centro Tampa Florida nh tren.

Phat bieu tren kenh truyen hnh CNN, c cha Jorge Enrique Serpa Perez, giam muc giao phan Pinar Del Rio bay to vui mng: "Chung toi a co tien va vat lieu cung nh giay phep e tien hanh xay dng. Tat ca a san sang".

Trong so 50,000 o-la (My) can thiet e xay thanh ng, mot phan ln do s ong gop cua cac giao dan thuoc giao x Thanh Lorenxo Tampa, bang Florida, Hoa Ky - mot giao x co a so giao dan goc Cuba va cung la giao x ket ngha vi giao x Sandino. Viec Hoa Ky bai bo cam van Cuba a cho phep ho gi tien ve giup at nc.

Cha Castro cho biet can them 40,000 o-la na e hoan thanh cong trnh xay dng cac phong sinh hoat cua giao x.

Hoi thang Tam nam 2014, chnh phu Cuba cung a cho phep tai thiet mot ngoi thanh ng Santiago, s dung lai nhng cay a bang thep cua le ai tai La Havana, ni a on tiep c giao hoang Beneicto XVI hoi nam 2012. Ngoi thanh ng nay se thay the ngoi thanh ng a b cn bao Sandy thang 10 nam 2012 pha huy.

 

An Phu S

 


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