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.
Two officers "escort" the reporter, blindfolded, and ask him to work "on our side."
Castroism has set at least four world records worthy of appearing in the 'Guinness Book'.
The island's economic engines have been brought to a standstill, and there does not appear to be a plan for what comes after this, experts tell DIARIO DE CUBA.
It is not about the crime that the accused has committed, but rather the effect that his punishment will have on the public.
Caught between Biden's dangerous appeasement and Trump's chaotic domestic policy.
"The people's disobedience is a direct result of the scant police presence in the neighborhood," say area residents.
It is the agents themselves who are perpetrating the crime of spreading the epidemic.
The irregularities and arbitrariness marring the UNPACU leader's trial expose Cuba's warped justice system.
"Neither General Castro nor those who keep him on the throne ever imagined that an apolitical enemy, devoid of any ideology, would be what could finally pull the rug out from under them."
The island's government blamed the embargo for a Chinese donation never making it to Cuba. This is the complete story behind that half-truth.
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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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.