Theater director Adonis Milan has been recruited by State Security. Omara Ruiz Urquiola, Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, Rosa María Payá and Tania Bruguera are some of the figures he was interrogated about. He talks about all this in this interview.
We must manage for the leaders of the island to have no choice but to come forward and reveal all the regime's lies.
The Cuban novelist has refused to talk about politics on his literary tours around the world, but has ended up fully immersed in the pool of Brazilian politics.
Even if the Police do not even know what crime you have committed.
'All products, and particularly food, will be more expensive than before price caps were imposed. This is where it backfires.'
Since the start of the year the regime has faced dozens of protests all over the island, and, in almost every case, it has opted to yield.
There is nothing like it at state establishments, it does not charge the most needy, and to try everything they offer you would have to go every day for two months in a row.
DIARIO DE CUBA presents the views of five economists on a measure that undermines and 'criminalizes' the private sector.
'If they are going to be on the networks, their days of not being exposed are over. They will be no more shielded on Twitter as any other tweeter.'
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DIARIO DE CUBA talks with the U.S. Secretary of State.
On Wednesday, July 31, DIARIO DE CUBA will publish in full an exclusive interview with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
In the rebellion of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and three other US Congressional freshwomen against the centrist strategy of House leader Nancy Pelosi, ideas are secondary.
'The leaders of the Venezuelan opposition are under overwhelming international pressure to negotiate with the dictatorship.'
The authorities' promises clash again with Cubans' realities.
Regarding Venezuela, Cuba's diplomatic strategy suffered a crisis due to two miscalculations.
With the economic crisis the fundamental objectives of 'the Revolution' were achieved – which were never those that Fidel Castro proclaimed when he rose to power in 1959.
'If the purchasing power of the CUP peso is already very low, now that the volume of money in circulation is on the rise, it will fall even more, and become mere paper, devoid of any value.'
Former workers of the René Ramos Latour nickel plant are convinced that closing it was a mistake.
At the Estación Migratoria Siglo XXI Detention Center the Mara Salvatrucha gang is in charge, but the Mexican guards’ behavior is worse, they tell DIARIO DE CUBA.
The crucial dilemma is that revolutions do not generate new values based on those they destroy. The possibility of revolutionary values always depends on the strength of bourgeois ones.