Some Cuban dissidents say the Vatican should be more forcefully supporting political reform, while other voices say Church leadership is focused on preventing violence and promoting religious liberty.
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“There’s a shortage of food, hygiene supplies and personal health protection equipment” in Cuba, according to a CRS director.
The judges who make up the People’s Supreme Court are elected by the National Assembly of the People’s Power, a one-party legislative body which also elects the country's president.
The Register spoke with Eduardo Cardet, leader of the Christian Liberation Movement in Cuba, amidst ongoing calls for freedom and regime change on the communist-controlled island.
COMMENTARY: The abysmal failures of communism in Russia, North Korea, China, Cuba and wherever it was employed are not difficult to see.
On May 2, the Havana Provincial Board of Health reported that Alcántara, who was on the eighth day of his hunger strike, was taken early that morning to the General Calixto García University Hospital emergency room.
In announcing the designation of Cuba Jan. 11, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said it has provided “support for acts of international terrorism in granting safe harbor to terrorists.”
News Analysis: In places where U.S. sanctions or policy blindness make our government absent, Knights step up their aid.
Carlos Eire discusses the late dictator’s legacy with the Register.