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Monthly Archives: July 2013

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Prison Diary XL A Broth for the Dictator / Angel Santiesteban Posted on July 30, 2013

My family sends me the underground solidarity of friends and neighbors toward my reality. If we add up the population that doesn’t support the… Continue reading

Cuba June Tourist Arrivals Fell 2.5% From Year Ago By Ainhoa Goyeneche – Jul 30, 2013 2:26 PM GMT+0200

Following is a summary of Cuba’s June tourist arrivals from the National Statistics Office in Havana: =============================================================================== June May April March… Continue reading

Cuba and the Problem of Information July 30, 2013 Haroldo Dilla Alfonso*

HAVANA TIMES — In a previous article, I referred to the insurmountable obstacles Cuba’s leadership faces as it attempts to “modernize” a totalitarian and inefficient system of government,… Continue reading

Notes for the Transition / Antonio Rodiles, Alexis Jardines Posted on July 29, 2013

HAVANA, Cuba, July 29, 2013: The political landscape of the island has been energized recently. In the international arena the event with the greatest impact is… Continue reading

Talk About “Improper Conduct”… / Miriam Celaya Posted on July 29, 2013

The government is campaigning for the ‘loss of ethical and moral values’ in society, but what about the disrespect of entering into armament arrangements with the North Korean… Continue reading

President of the CDR lives in misery / CID Posted on July 29, 2013

A Cuban family from Holguín, desperate because of the precarious state of their home and the lack of any response from the authorities, went to see… Continue reading

2018: Elections and Transfer of Powers / Reinaldo Escobar Posted on July 29, 2013

Sixty years after having initiated the actions to seize power, General-President Raul Castro finds it opportune to emphasize that “the process of transferring the main responsibilities… Continue reading

Cuban LGBT rights advocates arrive in D.C. July 29, 2013 By Michael K. Lavers on July 29, 2013

Two Cuban LGBT rights advocates who are visiting the United States for three months on Monday arrived in D.C.

Ignacio Estrada Cepero… Continue reading

Sugar with Weapons and Hidden Truths Posted on July 28, 2013

I wasn’t there, but then they told me and later I read that on July 11 the Panamanian authorities stopped a North Korean freighter sailing through the Caribbean to… Continue reading

Cuba’s Civil Society Is Transnational Says Rodiles / David Canela Posted on July 29, 2013

HAVANA, Cuba, July 22, 2013, David Canela/ — Last Saturday the independent Estado de SATS project sponsored a panel discussion among Cuban civil society activists.… Continue reading

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