A blustering bureaucrat fills a form out with your personal details and hands you a badge declaring you an inspector qualified to police Communist-run.
Cuba articles on Democracy Chronicles
News about the struggle for democracy in Cuba. Cuba is not a functioning democracy. There is a one-party system, in which the party controls all government and most civil institutions. There is a full ban on all political opposition or protest. Also see our articles on the Castro brothers and democracy in the Caribbean.
Cuban government held a Constitutional referendum that included reforms like recognition of private property and presumption of innocence in Cuban courts.
Cellphone internet access bringing changes fast to Cuba as residents used social media to assess damage and organize solidarity to help those in need.
For the first time since the 1959 Revolution, Cuban voters on Sunday may express significant dissent, when they go to the polls to ratify new constitution.
Cuban President Miguel replaced his transport and finance ministers this week in his first Cabinet reshuffle since forming his own government in July.
U.S. legislation funding $867 billion in food and agriculture programs scheduled to be signed by U.S. President Donald Trump this week.
Cuba softens new law on artistic expression that could give government power to stop performance deemed to violate country’s socialist revolutionary values.
Cuba says its citizens will be offered full internet access for mobile phones beginning this week, becoming one of the last nations to offer such service.
U.S urges Cuba to free jailed dissident who is reported to have been on hunger strike for more than 50 days to protest his imprisonment, it said Thursday.
Years after creating the Che Guevara poster that still adorns student bedrooms around the world, Irish artist Jim Fitzpatrick is delighted at its ubiquity.