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    Un rudo golpe para la sociedad civil cubana

    Un rudo golpe para la sociedad civil cubana José Alberto Álvarez Bravo 31 de enero de 2015 La Habana, Cuba – www.PayoLibre.com – La K-cita de J es un referente para una parte considerable de la sociedad civil cubana. Espacio de encuentro plural, base de sustentación de varios proyectos –Campaña por Otra Cuba, Consenso Constitucional, […] Continue reading

    Condicionar el avance del diálogo a los temas de derechos humanos y democracia

    Condicionar el avance del diálogo a los temas de derechos humanos y democracia Un grupo de líderes de la oposición, formado por Antonio Rodiles, Félix Navarro, Berta Soler, Guillermo Fariñas, Ángel Moya y Egberto Escobedo Morales, se expresó el pasado viernes en rueda de prensa. CubaNet recogió detalles del evento lunes, enero 26, 2015 | […] Continue reading

    Premature thanks in Cuba

    Premature thanks in CubaThe myth of Raul the ReformerBy Daniel AllottThe Washington Times4:21 p.m., Wednesday, November 24, 2010 It has been more than four years since Raul Castro assumed the duties of the presidency of Cuba and more than 2 1/2 years since he officially took over for his older brother, Fidel. In that time, […] Continue reading

    Labour is right on Cuba

    Labour is right on Cuba Our policy of prioritising human rights and freedom of speech – unlike the Tories – in relations with Cuba is the right one Stephen Wilkinson is profoundly wrong to argue that the UK government should not insist on meeting a range of political voices within Cuba. The Labour government has […] Continue reading

    HRW – 2010 Cuba Report

    CubaEvents of 2009 The change in government leadership in 2006-when Fidel Castro handed control to his brother Raul-has had little effect on Cuba's dismal human rights record. Cuba remains the one country in Latin America that represses virtually all forms of political dissent. The government continues to enforce political conformity using criminal prosecutions, long- and […] Continue reading

    Cuba ante un mundo cambiante

    Cuba ante un mundo cambiante

    Cómo se inserta Cuba en el nuevo mapa geopolítico, especialmente tras el
    ascenso de Barack Obama a la presidencia norteamericana y la
    reconfiguración de América Latina.

    Eusebio Mujal León

    Inamovible e inmutable son palabras que a menudo vienen a la mente
    cuando se habla de Cuba y su Revolución. Después de 50 años, tras diez
    presidentes norteamericanos (la decimoprimera Administración… Continue reading

    Cuba’s embargo must go

    Cuba's embargo must go It's time to end the counterproductive sanctions against Cuba, whichhave only served to strengthen its brutal regime John Keenanguardian.co.uk, Tuesday 24 November 2009 14.00 GMT This month Europe celebrated the twentieth anniversary of the collapseof the iron curtain. Tribute was paid the role the US played in helpingto speed the demise […] Continue reading

    Engaging Cuba on Human Rights

    Engaging Cuba on Human RightsThe regime should be asked to release political prisoners in exchange for normal relationsby Jorge G. CastañedaPublished in:The Wall Street JournalNovember 19, 2009 The logical route to follow is the one HRW and others have suggested: The U.S. should shift from a policy of regime change to a policy of human-rights […] Continue reading

    Resisting carrots and sticks in Cuba

    Resisting carrots and sticks in CubaMICHAEL OSBUN / Tribune Media ServicesBy THE ECONOMISTPublished: Monday, November 23, 2009 at 3:00 a.m. Those who hoped that the arrival in power of Barack Obama and Raul Castro would bring a thaw in the continuing 50-year cold war between the United States and Cuba so far have little to […] Continue reading

    Los Orwell cubanos

    23-Nov-2009
    Brújula
    Ana Paula Ordorica
    Los Orwell cubanos

    Una cláusula de "peligrosidad" ha permitido a Raúl Castro ser igual o
    más implacable que su hermano Fidel.

    Ya lleva Raúl Castro tres años al frente del gobierno cubano. Junto con
    su hermano Fidel, que ha permanecido como figura influyente gracias a
    sus constantes Reflexiones publicadas en Granma, los dos hermanos han
    logrado que la isla permanezca… Continue reading

    CPJ urges EU leaders to take action in Cuba

    CPJ urges EU leaders to take action in CubaJune 15, 2009 Jan Fischer Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, President of theEuropean CouncilJosé Manuel Durão Barroso President of the European Commission Dear Sirs, The Committee to Protect Journalists urges you, as the president of theEuropean Council and President of the European Commission, to takeconcrete steps […] Continue reading

    Amnesty International 2009 Cuba Report

    CubaHead of state and government Raúl Castro RuzDeath penalty retentionistPopulation 11.3 millionLife expectancy 77.7 yearsUnder-5 mortality (m/f) 7/6 per 1,000Adult literacy 99.8 per cent Restrictions on freedom of expression, association and assembly persisted. Journalists and political dissidents faced harassment and intimidation by security officials. Four prisoners of conscience were released early in the year; 58 […] Continue reading

    Report on the HR situation in Cuba over the last 5 months

    Report on the HR situation in Cuba over the last 5 months (January -May 2008) Over the last five months, the Cuban regime arrested and jailed 22 dissidents and opposition activists, 13 of whom were still in prison at the time of this report. The closed door trials were problematic on several levels. They were […] Continue reading

    Amnesty International Cuba 2008 Report

    REPUBLIC OF CUBAHead of state and governmentRaúl Castro Ruz (provisionally replacing Fidel Castro Ruz)Death penalty retentionistPopulation 11.3 millionLife expectancy 77.7 yearsUnder-5 mortality (m/f) 6/6 per 1,000Adult literacy 99.8 per cent Restrictions on freedom of expression, association and movement remainedsevere. At least 62 prisoners of conscience remained imprisoned andpolitical dissidents, independent journalists and human rights activistscontinued […] Continue reading

    HRW 2008 Cuba report

    CubaEvents of 2007 Cuba remains the one country in Latin America that represses nearlyall forms of political dissent. There have been no significant policychanges since Fidel Castro relinquished direct control of thegovernment to his brother Raul Castro in August 2006. The governmentcontinues to enforce political conformity using criminal prosecutions,long-term and short-term detentions, mob harassment, police […] Continue reading

    Cuba frees political prisoners ahead of talks on EU sanctions

    26 April 2007 19:31 Cuba frees political prisoners ahead of talks on EU sanctionsBy David Usborne in New YorkPublished: 26 April 2007 Cuba appears to have taken a step towards blunting international criticism of repression on the island with the release of seven political prisoners, including the well-known dissident leader Jorge Luis Garcia Perez. He […] Continue reading

    Liberal Resolution on Cuba

    Liberal Resolution on Cuba 2005-11-06 Proposed by the Swedish Liberal Party and aproved at the Liberal International’s 175th Executive Committee, at Mallorca, Spain. Liberal International, convening in Palma de Mallorca on 6 November 2005, Welcomes the fact that the democracy movement in Cuba is mobilising more citizens everyday behind demands for democracy and human rights […] Continue reading