Castroism is now accelerating the transition from a supposedly socialist dictatorship to a supposedly capitalist one, with Russian counsel and control.
DIARIO DE CUBA spoke with those heading up a 'campaign that seeks to help, guide and never question mothers who find themselves in different situations'
Havana's witnesses include several former officials of the National Bank of Cuba who the regime indicted and sentenced.
More than a quarter of a million Cubans abandoned the island last year, and the vast majority were young people, many of them highly educated.
How did an organization that was supposed to guarantee the independence of studies in Cuba end up becoming a body at the service of Castroist repression?
The new system of rationed distribution of this and four other basic products in Havana suffers from a 'lack of availability'.
The Cuban regime's new mantra appears in official speeches and at least two recently passed laws.
The fact that the Constitution provides for the population's right to file complaints does not guarantee that this right will actually be honored in Cuba. Why is the regime insisting on defending it now?
There is no good reason today for Cubans to favor the US’s rapprochement with Castroism or to believe that the reduction of sanctions could help restore democracy.
It is the government, not the market, that determines which MSMEs will prosper and which will disappear or survive on a very low productive scale.
Castroism is striving to dress up its permits to create MSMEs as if they were rights, the aim being to veil their most important characteristic: their temporality.
The creation of MSMEs is at the core of the Cuban government's economic strategy. What are they? Why are they gaining prominence? What are their chances of success? What Cuba do they represent? The series of articles we begin today answers these questions.
'The clearest proof of the banality and theatricality of the Cuban electoral system.'
The purpose of this regulation is to establish a legal framework for expropriations ? which, in practice, have been carried out in Cuba for 63 years, under the mandate of the Constitution.
DIARIO DE CUBA spoke to former Cuban judge Edel García about how judicial independence is violated on the island and how the principle of 'equality before the law' is violated.
Cuba possesses an enormous economic potential in the widespread securitization of its urban development, despite 63 years of economic ineptitude and zero private property.
Havana's alleged economic opening up could serve to circumvent the embargo. If so, why is it stalling after the offering of a first deal?
The new Cuban Penal Code allows the regime to perpetrate and legitimize extrajudicial executions.
Ballot boxes without 'pioneers' and a probable record abstention rate in the Cuban regime's municipal electionsDDCLa Habana
'As for the rations, they're very bad, nothing like the good lunches they used to bring us in little boxes, to last us all day,' a member of a polling station told DIARIO DE CUBA.
The Cuban regime flouts international protocols that call for the protection of the victims of human trafficking.