Sixteen Democratic members have called on Obama to withdraw sanctions on seven Venezuelan government officials.
The Western Hemisphere emerged from the Summit of the Americas with a new alignment of forces.
The U.S. invasion was justified as protecting American lives. Within days, this was changed to "preventing a Communist takeover."
Cuban women occupy 48 percent of the parliament and out of 15 provinces in Cuba, women lead 10.
The possibility of confrontational situations at the summit is now very high, and can only be diffused by the retraction of the anti-Venezuela statement and sanctions.
At the demonstration against "Dragoon Ride" in Prague, speakers also denounced Czech membership in NATO.
The U.S. has talked of supposed maltreatment of "political prisoners" in Cuba. Cubans need simply say "Guantanamo" to put that in perspective.
The Union of South American Nations has called on President Obama to revoke sanctions he imposed by executive order March 9 against Venezuela.
President Obama said the situation in Venezuela represents a danger to U.S. interests; protests against that statement occurred all over the world.
Obama activated sanctions against Venezuela last Monday, which had been approved by Congress and signed by himself.