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DEMOCRATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN THE CUBAN PEOPLE AND THE CUBAN GOVERNMENT SHOULD BE RE-ESTABLISHED

Since 1952 the Cuban people does not enjoy normality regarding its democratic participation. First, there was a coup d’état that brought a military dictatorship which lasted seven years. From 1959 on there was a “socialist” revolution which lasts 56 years. It’s high time democratic relations among citizens and between citizens and the government started to be normal; a government chosen or renovated freely and periodically by the very citizens.
 

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  14. 30 - MULTIPARTY SYSTEM AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION.
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  16. 26 - WHAT COMES AFTER THE POPE’S VISIT?
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