In Cuba, every year, hundreds of thousands of people are bussed in from across the island to fill Havana’s Revolution Square on International Workers’ Day.
According to reports, the annual celebration is a big deal and this will mark the first time the 1959 revolution that the celebrations have been cancelled for economic reasons.
The communist country has been going through a petrol crisis in recent times with long queues at stations and motorists having to wait for many days before they could get petrol.
Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel said in early March that his country was only receiving two thirds of the fuel it needs
He said suppliers were also “failing to fulfil contractual obligations”