The authorities have announced that all students who complete the twelfth grade are guaranteed higher education slots this year.
Using everything against Cuban dissidents, even their private lives: the political police’s misconductAlberto AregoMadrid
The way the regime uses private photos is not only a violation of the right to privacy, but also their honor, notes lawyer Laritza Diversent.
Once again, Castro's leaders grapple with the relationship between productive incapacity and insufficient wages
The Government was waiting for the perfect time… to sweep its blunders under the rug of a major disaster
Shell games and no real reform: the Cuban government's response to the "high tension" in the economyRafaela CruzLa Habana
The regime limits itself to tinkering with the centralized model, apparently in the hope that, after 61 years, they will suddenly realize how to make socialism work.
Why doesn't the Cuban national press talk about the country's players in the Major Leagues?
Only 33% of these professionals were shown and given a copy of their employment contracts.
'I confess that at first I was excited, thinking that this time they’d do a good job, but now I'm sure of one thing: they're lying.'
DIARIO DE CUBA spoke with economists Emilio Morales, Omar Everleny Pérez Villanueva, Elías Amor and Pavel Vidal about the US's new measures.
Havana's Best-Kept "Mystery" Revealed: How Much the State Charges vs How Much It Pays its Doctors on "Missions"DDCMadrid
A report by Cuban Prisoners Defenders explores Havana's business selling the work of Cuban professionals in different countries.
The possibility is actually hidden in the tangled web of laws woven by the regime. DIARIO DE CUBA explains how it works.
For the first time citizens have a forum for critical commentary, rectification and condemnation.
The result of the totalitarian model has been the destruction of its main sources of resources and their replacement by fragile and uncontrollable solutions.
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.