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The United Nations Covenants, Five Years Later

February 20, 2013

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Five years after Cuba’s representative signed the United Nations Covenants on Civil and Political Rights and on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the situation with regards to fundamental rights in Cuba remains precarious. The violation of fundamental rights is not only a part of the repressive apparatus of the State, but our national legislation itself […]

FREE Antonio G. Rodiles

November 19, 2012

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Campaign “For Another Cuba”: A Commitment to Change

September 6, 2012

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by Miriam Celaya 6 August 2012 Logo created by Garrincha for the campaign Several weeks ago the document “Citizen Demand for another Cuba” was released, signed by hundreds of Cubans on the island and the diaspora, demanding that the government put into practice immediately the legal and political guarantees endorsed in the Universal Declaration of […]

Cuban Government’s Repressive Wave Against UNPACU

August 24, 2012

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These are the names of the activists arrested, that they have given us so far, we do not know the exact number of arrests. Holguín: Rolando López Martínez Jesús Aguilera Villaruela Antonio Caballero Pupo Luis Miguel Gómez Hernández Bernardo Torres Roldán Alberto García Silva Maidalis Guerrero Silva Yoandra Guerrero Silva Maris Rosa Rodríguez Silva Santiago […]