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The first law passed after the triumph of the Cuban revolution in 1959 was the Agrarian Reform. Curiously, in 2018 the first law signed by Raul Castro’s designated president, Miguel Diaz Canel, has been against artistic freedom: the Decree 349. There are occasions in...
The Cuban economy is not too well. Now it's tourism from Canada. Up to September 16th it went south by almost 9% and that country is by far the largest source of foreign tourists going to Cuba. The bad news had to be personally broken by Tourism Minister Manuel...
Cuban dictator Raúl Castro, his designated President, Miguel Díaz-Canel, the Minister of Culture, Alpidio Alonso, and the other leaders of the Castro regime are unaware that no such thing as a "cultural policy" exists in France, Switzerland, the United States, the...
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