The shortage of stores accepting CUC and other state markets is leaving many Cubans empty-handed.
DIARIO DE CUBA spoke with Cuban economists Elías Amor and Emilio Morales about the recent economic measures announced on the island.
'High-end' Cubans vs 'low-end' Cubans?', they ask in a 'Cubadebate' forum.
The Government says that they will make it possible to maintain an "economic line of merchandise" in CUC.
An analysis of the existing legal instruments in Cuba and how the military and police try to avert their application.
The search for media impact is beginning to prove insufficient for the cause of democracy and human rights on the island.
Here is an analysis of the possible paths that the case could take, based on the information available.
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'The government is revealed for what it is: an oppressive regime without any plan for development and peaceful coexistence between Cubans,' says the DDC's director.
Relatives of the reporter say that they have not been able to see him, and do not know what he is accused of.
The best favor that the Democratic candidate could do for Cubans is to tell Havana not to wait for the United States to do what Cuba should.
The death of African-American George Floyd and the protests of the Black Lives Matter movement have sparked controversy among Cubans on social media.
DIARIO DE CUBA submitted these aspects for consideration by two lawyers, a political scientist and an independent journalist and activist.
In a letter to President López Obrador, they consider it "a serious offense" that the government spent $6.2 million on the hiring of Cubans, as DIARIO DE CUBA revealed last week.
Can the island's anti-racism activists stand in solidarity with the dictator's defenders?
With that they can shop, guarded, in the most dangerous neighborhood of the Mexican capital.
DIARIO DE CUBA reveals details of the agreement between the Mexican Institute of Health for Well-Being, Mexico City and authorities on the island.
What would happen on the island in a similar scenario? DIARIO DE CUBA asked four Cuban activists for their opinions.
Numerous lawyers and journalists have questioned journalistic and judicial practices that 'violate due process'.
There is a new governance that challenges traditional theories of dictatorships and democracies, as describes John Keane in his most recent book.
'They never contacted us again. Not even to ask how we were,' a mother told DIARIO DE CUBA.