In 2021, the Presidency of the Cuban Institute for Art and the Cinematography Industry plans to resume the event for young filmmakers, but under new conditions.
'In Cuba, pizza could be used as an economic yardstick. How much does a Cuban pizza cost, with cheese and tomato sauce, erroneously called a Neapolitan ... '
The agreement for clinical trials of a vaccine in Cuba is part of the Iranian regime's struggle against US sanctions
According to Oscar Manuel Silvera Martínez, passage of the Constitutional Protection Law, postponed until December 2021, is neither necessary nor prudent.
At DIARIO DE CUBA we run down the most important issues affecting the Cuban economy in 2020.
The Cuban state does not have dollars to sell. It does not even have enough allowing those with bank accounts containing dollars or Euros to withdraw them.
Senior citizens constitute almost 21% of the population, and their status was already critical before the pandemic, dollarization and monetary unification.
'It’s a catch-22: if I have to take care of my child, I can't work, and if I can't work, I can't get a slot at a day care center,' says one mother.
Depriving parents of the custody of their children for political reasons would violate the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, but the regime’s laws allow it anyway.
The official smear campaign against the San Isidro Movement includes children who are indoctrinated and terrorized by teachers.
Water, electricity and gas, services that private businesses cannot do without, will become more expensive at a time when many companies have no cash.
The militarization of Havana: 'It is the people, not invisible terrorists, who are afraid to go out on the streets'Jorge Enrique RodríguezLa Habana
Justifying such a deployment invoking alleged threats of terrorist actions paid for by the CIA 'is very cowardly,' says a Public Health worker.
The nutritional imbalance due to the lack of food and the excessive increase in prices are notably affecting 32,000 seniors living alone in Santiago de Cuba.
Instead of clearing the fields of sicklebush, (marabú for Cubans) and producing food for its starving people, the regime has added China to its list of customers buying charcoal made from the plant
The Impending Constitutional Rights Protection Law Will Allow the Cuban Regime to Continue to Repress DissentersDDCMadrid
Its wording will impede citizens from filing suits against the state for its actions.
This is how many Havanans see the Central Bank of Cuba's new resolution, which allows Customs officials to confiscate money.
How many international agreements has the Cuban regime breached in its handling of the San Isidro Movement?DDCMadrid
Havana has squandered an opportunity to inaugurate its seat on the Human Rights Council by showing respect for them.
The presumption of innocence and human dignity vs. libel with impunity: the case of Denis Solís and the San Isidro MovementDDCMadrid
The regime media's branding of activists as 'terrorists' is illegal, but Cuban laws are designed to shield state institutions.
The main obstacle it will face is, precisely, the Federation of Cuban Women, subservient to the regime.
'No other capital in modern history, without having suffered a war or devastating natural catastrophes, has regressed as much as Havana.'