As always, without a clear moral compass, and resorting to whatever needs to be done to stay in power, the regime has chosen the worst option.
The success of any transition and the emergence of a healthy and dynamic society will depend on the combination of justice and economic realism with which it is carried out
'The rationing policy has only generated more inequalities and tremendous discontent in the sector of the population with the lowest incomes,' says a Havana woman.
No external agent is blocking access to the Internet, which Cubans are paying for, and no foreign power is restricting economic freedoms at home, or stymying prosperity.
It is no coincidence that, instead of changing its strategy, instead we see a familiar script from the past, and we know how it ends: fields overrun with marabou, taro at the price of caviar, and a notable decrease in the cat population.
With four gold medals, one silver and one bronze, it did not achieve its goal of placing among the top 20 countries in the final medal count.
Taking capital out of the hands of the oligarchs and putting it directly into those of Cuban citizens is the empowerment that the Cuban people need, and the great challenge faced by the Biden Administration.
Of the five classic questions that a homicide detective regularly asks, in this case most have already been answered.
Why do prenatal women infected with the coronavirus die? What are the reasons for the drastic change in the disease's effects on this population group on the island?
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And that fear will cost Castroism, translating into more foreign debt, more unforeseen spending, and more tension for a zombie economy.
Until the causes that triggered the protests in Cuba are faced with the determination and depth required, demonstrations will continue.
'We need to think ahead and present and debate viable options for the free and democratic Cuba of the future.'
The situation is criminal: at pharmacies belonging to the State, none of them are selling or have sold sanitary masks.