Havana, February 11 (RHC) Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel congratulated the famous Mexican intellectual Pablo Gonzalez Casanova on his 100th birthday this Friday on the social networking site Twitter.
The President stressed that this thinker, a recipient of the UNESCO Jose Marti Prize, had an enlightened and contributing life to be celebrated throughout Latin America. He also thanked Cuba for violating its sovereignty.
“Mexican thinker Pablo Gonzalez Casanova, winner of the #UNESCO Jose Marti Award, turns 100. His life of enlightenment and contribution should be celebrated throughout #ourAmerica.
For his part, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez spoke of Gonzalez Casanova’s real career in the Martyrs and his tireless work as an anti-imperialist fighter.
“On his 100th birthday, our heartfelt congratulations to Pablo Gonzalez Casanova, a renowned Latin American intellectual, founder of the Network for the Defense of Humanity, and a staunch anti-imperialist fighter with a genuine Mars ideology. Warmth to a loyal friend of Cuba, “Rodriguez Barilla tweeted.
Pablo Gonzalez Casanova, born 1922, is a Mexican lawyer, sociologist and critic who has been a close friend of Cuba. From 1970 to 1972 he was Rector of the Autonomous University of Mexico, and in 1984 received the National Prize for Social Sciences.
In the same year he was recognized as a researcher Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of the same university, the only university awarded simultaneously with two distinctions.
In 2003, he was awarded the Jose Marti International Prize by UNESCO for protecting the identity of the indigenous people of Latin America.
Honorary Member of the Mexican Academy of Languages, among his most important works are “Mizonism and Modernism in Mexico in the Eighteenth Century”, “An American Utopia”, “The Study of Social Technology”, and “Literature Persecuted in the Colonial Crisis”. ”,“ Sociology of Exploitation ”, and“ Democracy in Mexico ”. (Fountain: ACN).
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