Information obtained by DIARIO DE CUBA indicates that Josep Borrell's team dealt with a group of figures in the regime that did not include Raúl Castro or Machado Ventura.
Social discontent, previously covered up, has erupted in some sectors of society, facilitated by modern media instruments.
The authorities have closed borders and confined citizens, without employing the only valid instrument to do so. The strengthening of the rule of law, to which Díaz-Canel recently referred, has proven one of the first casualties of Covid-19 in the country.
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Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, Rosa María Payá, Berta Soler and Eduardo Cardet evaluate the government's reaction to Covid-19.
The accusation leveled against the United States of having politicized the immigration issue in the context of the countries' relations has been a constant.
For economic reasons, Cubans are being placed in danger.
The authorities' arbitrary and illegal conduct is unacceptable in any state bound by the rule of law.
The former world chess champion would have turned 77 today. DIARIO DE CUBA talked with Miguel Ángel Sánchez, co-author of the recently published book Bobby Fischer in Cuba.
"If it arrives, it's going to take a lot of old people," laments a retiree.
"The Government knows that it must turn a blind eye to this business."
Can the workers modify the figures found in plans already approved by the economy's higher-ups?
DIARIO DE CUBA reveals the violations of the UNPACU leader's rights to due process.
'Is it possible to imagine a Cuban minister in 1958 telling the people that they cannot use soap or brush their teeth for three months?'
They suggest that the government separate state and business functions, and decentralize foreign trade.
Two Cubans repatriated by Mexico relate their experience.
Patients complain about interruptions in the administration of medicines, and a lack of explanations.
Miguel Ángel Sánchez and Jesús Suárez have written a revealing book about the American genius's relationship with the island.
Marxism, praise for the countries of the (defunct) Socialist Bloc and the 'heroes' of the Revolution. This is the motto that Cuban children must repeat daily: 'Pioneers for Communism, we will be like Che.'
Javier Caso got footage of the thugs who interrogated him, his material constituting direct evidence of the kinds of abuse many Cubans suffer.
A law against gender-based violence is not included in the "legislative program, " at least until 2028.