The Government has not modified the Migration Law or drafted the Citizenship Law. We analyze the consequences.
Of the Castro regime's three pillars of power, only one remains standing, and it has begun to crack.
The Official Gazette of the Republic published 1,928 legal provisions from April 10, 2019 to April 1, 2021. None involve guaranteeing individual rights.
Cuba's failure is not due to having an inept government, but rather one that is, in fact, very effective at implementing policies calculated to achieve its aims.
Who would work for the State if foreign entrepreneurs, starting with Cuban émigrés, could open modern industries and services in Cuba?
If they can expel you for protesting, education in Cuba is neither free nor universal
Given their refusal to dialogue with their critics, the Cuban regime’s higher-ups will make it clear to Communist Party members that retreat is not an option
The economic restructuring of the "Ordering Task" may become the Trojan Horse that will deliver the coup de grace to 62 years of dictatorship.
Sustained and diversified pressure exerted by the opposition to force dialogue with those in power opens up possibilities that must be explored.
A lack of monetary control, inflation, and the impoverishment of Cubans: 80 days of the Tarea Ordenamiento legislationMario Luis Reyes BetancourtMadrid
Cuban economists Mauricio de Miranda, Elías Amor and Omar Everleny Pérez spoke with DIARIO DE CUBA about the initial consequences of the government measures.
'People needed to sing something all together, have a common song, for a cause.' DIARIO DE CUBA spoke with several of those involved in the song's creation.
Although people are not conducting technical analyses of monetary policy, because of rampant inflation they sense that the national currency is becoming less and less reliable.
Cases are on the rise in the country, misinformation continues, and vaccines exist only in the official headlines.
Council of Ministers' Agreement 8999/2021 will also prohibit any protests by citizens before ministerial headquarters.
The Cuban people have to wait for the national vaccine, when most Latin American nations began to vaccinate against Covid-19 some time ago.
As a crime, 'contempt' is a kind of armor for the regime that the courts are beginning to pierce.
They complain about rising prices and low wages
Guarantees, like joint property, and inheritances, depend on the formalization of the relationship. Gay and lesbian couples in Cuba, in this sense, are excluded.
The Cuban state tends to demonstrate greater efficiency in applying punishments than finding solutions.
'We had to fudge the numbers, I did. I even put the names of acquaintances of mine in Cuba': Doctors on 'missions' during the pandemicYusimí Rodríguez LópezMadrid
'They tell you that you can't lie, but they force you to,' says a professional who worked in Venezuela.