Cuba continues its dictatorship model with aid of aging leaders at home and abroad
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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.
Cuba is highly dependent on Venezuela’s economic assistance to social programs – Cuba economic freefall follows dependency on Soviets or Chavez for aid cash
Political reform against Cuba dictatorship wishes remains the only avenue for the emergence of island nation
Cuba, Latin America: Economic Reforms in Cuba, Castro’s Health Weigh on Voters in Swing Florida
With new liberalized travel rules, most of Cuba is free to go. But as Cuba Dictatorship Opens Borders, Will Those Who Leave the Country Return?
Great News For Cuba Dictatorship Social Programs That are Only Solvent Due to Chavez Oil Money
Family of murdered democracy activist says Cuban government responsible for death
Last “Western” Prisoner at Guantanamo Prison Leaves For Home as Many Still Languish Amid Doubts on Closure of Guantanamo Bay
Cuba Dictatorship Accused as Activists Suspect Murder of Dead Cuba Democracy Dissident
Castro Set: Talks with China’s leaders on Thursday during which he is expected to win backing