Editorial | Silenced Cuba

The signs of exhaustion that the Cuban regime has transmitted for decades were translated last July into several days of protest. The marches and various gestures (hanging sheets or wearing white flowers in memory of José Martí’s poem) for the political change called yesterday by several young dissidents gathered on the Archipelago platform could have been another manifestation of the disagreement on the part of Cuban society. But the acts of intimidation (house confinements, warnings, acts of home repudiation, street closures, dissuasive police presence and arrests) do not allow the degree of support for the organizers to be evaluated. The use of these methods does suppose, on the other hand, a delegitimization of the regime facing the world.

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