Lunes, 27 de Febrero de 2017
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DDC In English

Opinion
Boris González Arenas | La Habana
Editorial
DDC | Madrid
  • The leader of the Latin American Network of Youth for Democracy has managed to frame the struggle for the democratization of Cuba in a Latin American context.
  • By denying entry to the Secretary General of the OAS, and other international invitees, Castroism evidences its desperation and fear.
Economics
Roberto Álvarez Quiñones | Los Ángeles

The regime stymies the emergence of a massive and vibrant private sector. Is it concealing some source of financial support that it cannot reveal?

Opinion
DDC | Madrid

By meeting with the Ladies in White (Damas de Blanco), the Archbishop of Havana trailblazed a path that should be paved in the future.

Human Rights
DDC | La Habana

Berta Soler says that Juan de la Caridad García 'was very receptive' and promised to support women.

Transport
Jorge Enrique Rodríguez | La Habana

'It's not a crusade against taxi drivers, but against all the self employed,' they warn.

Economy
Orlando Freire Santana | La Habana

The purported protection of the population that the regime wields as a pretext is belied by the damage done to citizens.

Economics
Roberto Álvarez Quiñones | Los Ángeles

The figure is huge, given the very poor performance of the Cuban economy, suffering its worst year in a long time.

Dissidence
DDC | La Habana

They condemn the 'violent, illegal and unconstitutional repression' activists of their organizations suffer.

Society
Gerónimo García | La Habana

'The police are a necessary evil in this business; they provide a certain level of security and warn us if there is an operation in the area,' explains a prostitute.

Economics
Osmel Ramírez Álvarez | Holguín

After years of apparent prosperity, the entity is in decline, dragging down other economic sectors in the region with it.

Opinion
Verónica Vega | La Habana

'Outside official events, young people ignore politics. The most sophisticated enumerate the many failures of projects demanding rights for Cubans.'

Society
Frank Correa | La Habana

Foreign visitors often need to be shown the deficiencies under which Cubans languish.

Politics
Orlando Freire Santana | La Habana

The regime is in a hurry to ensure successors to the historic generation.

Humanitarian Crisis
Juan Arturo Gómez Tobón | Turbo

Deportees to Colombia reported that the Panamanian military has unleashed a 'hunt' of undocumented Cubans, while letting those from other countries pass through.

Labor Law
Orlando Freire Santana | La Habana

Self-employed workers pay into the Social Security system, but are unprotected in the event of illness.

Cuba-US Relations
Dimas Castellanos | La Habana

Measures like the 'dry foot/wet foot' policy have been an incentive, but the true cause of the national exodus has been our own Government.

Society
DDC | Santiago de Cuba | 1

The DIARIO DE CUBA campaign to help the boy with cerebral paralysis reached its initial objectives in just 9 hours. 32 people made donations. DDC will continue reporting on the case.

Jails
Boris González Arenas | La Habana

Lawyer Julio Ferrer Tamayo is incarcerated in Cuba’s prison 1580, due to the falsification of documents and pressure exerted by paramilitary personnel.

Editorial
DDC | Madrid | 1