HIALEAH (CBSMiami/AP) —Two Cuban dissidents killed in a car crash in Cuba will be remembered Friday in Hialeah on the one-year anniversary of their deaths.

Members of the Christian Liberation Movement and the public will gather Friday at a Hialeah church to discuss the legacy of Oswaldo Paya.

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Paya and youth activist Harold Cepero died after the vehicle they were riding in crashed into a tree. A Spaniard who was driving the car has been convicted of vehicular homicide, but Paya’s family doubts the government’s account of their deaths.

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Paya’s family believes the crash was not an accident. They are pressing for an international investigation into the crash.

Paya was the lead organizer of the Varela Project, a signature-gathering drive regarded as the largest nonviolent campaign to change the system Fidel Castro established in 1959.

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