May Day marked worldwide

Thousands of Cubans on Tuesday marched in a ceremony co-chaired by Party leader Raul Castro and President Miguel Diaz-Canel in Revolution Square, in Havana, to celebrate International Workers' Day (May 1). The event was organized by the Cuban Worker's Federation (CTC).

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro chaired a grand meeting in Caracas, calling on citizens to continue the Bolivar Revolution initiated by late President Hugo Chavez. Mr. Maduro reaffirmed commitments to reclaim workers' basic rights, pursue social projects serving the majority, and fight hostile forces' schemes against Venezuela's revolution. Thousands of Argentineans people gathered in Bueno Aires to protest price increases for public services. A major protest was held in Brazil to support detained labor leader and former president Lula da Silva.

Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Hunsen attended a lunch and promised 12.5 USD each to thousands of workers in the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone.

Source: VOV5