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HAVANA, Cuba, November 12, 2013, Veizant Boloy / www.cubanet.org.- On November 4, at 10:30 PM, at the University of Information Sciences (UCI), located in the capital municipality of La Lisa, a group of more than several people, armed with a … Continue reading Continue reading
Havana, Cuba, 11 October 2103, Veizant Boloy / www.cubanet.org.- Today, Friday, 11 October at 6:45 AM, Andres Perez Suarez, president of the opposition  group Commission for Assistance to Political Prisoners and Their Families (CAPPF, was arbitrarily arrested.  The arrest was … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, October 12, 2013, Veizant Boloy / www.cubanet.org.- In the early morning hours of today at 5:00 am, the agents of the State Security forcibly entered the house of Regla Ríos Casado, Lady in White, to conduct a search. … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, September 2013 , www.cubanet.org.- Yudelsy García O’Connor was officially the first child born HIV-positive in the island. Today, and now a grown woman, she blames the Cuban government for the situation in which she lives. “They always showed … Continue reading Continue reading
LA HABANA, Cuba, September, www.cubanet.org — With the 2013-2014 school year beginning, Havana’s public transport crisis is hard to overlook. Bus stops are already crowded with waiting passengers and the situation could become even worse in the coming weeks as … Continue reading Continue reading
The renowned activist and Castro regime opponent Antonio G. Rodiles, director of the Estado de SATS movement (an independent and intellectual group that encourages the exchange of ideas) will visit the Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies (ICCAS) at Casa … Continue reading Continue reading
By Veizant Boloy At the end of September, Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations, received Bruno Rodriguez Parilla, Cuban Foreign Minister, at U.N. headquarters in New York, according to a report in the national press. This recalls 28 … Continue reading Continue reading
By Veizant Boloy Last 24th September, Angel Moya, ex-prisoner of conscience of the Spring of 2003, and a group of activists, were arrested for three hours by police agents and the State Security, for having handed out copies of the petition Por otra Cu... Continue reading
by Lic. Veizant Boloy In shops in the capital where they sell things for foreign currency, they offered various food products and things for the home at reduced price, which pleased the people living there. Jams, packets of biscuits, boxes of caramel p... Continue reading
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Despite the fact that Antonio Rodiles is still behind bars in a Cuban prison, the show he help create- “Estado de Sats”- will go on, thanks to his friends and brothers in struggle- independent journalists, bloggers, activists, etc. In the most recent episode of the program, launched this past 16th of November, Orlando Luis Pardo [...] Continue reading
Translator’s note: The collaborators and supports of Antonio Rodiles and Estado de SATS have decided to hold an Estado de SATS every evening at 6:00 PM as long as Antonio is in jail, to demonstrate that the arrest of one man cannot shut down the proj... Continue reading
The news hits me because it’s so inconceivable: as he was trying to find out the situation of a person detained in Santiago de las Vegas, the young lawyer Veizant Boloy, of the Cuban Law Association, was arrested. This arrest took place inside a pol... Continue reading
by Veizánt Boloy The laws are used by some citizens today like waste paper. If we take as an example the acts of repudiation — where citizens gather and scream at and even physically attack their fellow citizens or their homes — surely the... Continue reading
Across the country, inhabited homes continue to collapse. The housing deficit and the bad conditions of housing in Cuba can be cataloged as a “chronicle of an announced collapse,” something inevitable because of the progressive deterioratio... Continue reading