Are Cuba’s ruling Communist Party’s proposed constitutional revisions “a way to move the island into the 21st century” or cosmetic changes designed to maintain single-party rule akin to the China Model of “Market-Leninism”?
Amnesty International declared "biologist Ariel Ruiz Urquiola " prisoner of conscience , sentenced in Cuba to one year of imprisonment for the alleged crime of "contempt". The NGO launched on Monday an urgent action in which it demands that the environmental activist "must be released unconditionally and immediately."
El accidente aéreo en que murieron más de cien personas el viernes 18 de mayo es una verdadera tragedia. Cuba Independiente y Democrática (CID) se solidariza con los familiares de las víctimas Una vez expresado este sentimiento sincero no podemos, por respeto a los fallecidos, a su familiares y al pueblo cubano, dejar las cosas así no más.
Havana official media says about one hundred passengers died in the crash today of a domestic airliner going from Havana to Holguin. Apparently there are some survivors. Speaking on behalf of the Center for as Free Cuba, Ambassador James Cason, a former US chief of mission released the following statement:
URGENT MEDIA ADVISORY: United Nations Council on Human Rights to review Cuba's human rights record tomorrow as part of the UN’s Universal Periodic Review scheduled to take place in Geneva, Switzerland. The Center for a Free Cuba and other human rights organizations submitted reports to the Council last fall. The Center for a Free Cuba highlighted
The organizers of the #00Bienal de La Habana have attracted international solidarity, and the scrutiny of authorities.
En entrevista con CNN Prime, y tras su encuentro con el Canciller Ampuero en Santiago, la opositora cubana Rosa María Paya, criticó el traspaso del poder en Cuba a Miguel Díaz-Canel.
The transition of power from Raúl Castroto Miguel Díaz-Canelat the last session of the National Assembly delivered no surprises – at least not for me. But, from the whole production, one statement in the speech by the new president of the Councils of State and Ministers caught my attention: "I have not come here to promise anything," he said, "just as the Revolution never did in all these years."
TWO SENSATIONAL headlines recently flashed around the globe: “Cuba Now Has the First Non-Castro President in Nearly 60 Years” and “This Marks the End of the Castro Era.” Neither is true.
Cuba’s new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, boasts relative youth and Castro-free genes. But the myth that his election will yield significant change on the island is flat-out wrong.