Quote of the day
Felix Luis Viera in Cubaencuentro on the "crack down on corruption" supposedly taking place in Cuba (my translation):
"The attorney general makes the argument that the corruption in Cuba is 'administrative,' to suggest, perhaps, the most recent legal actions that have taken place against high-ranking officials in the regime. Is there anyone who can define just what is "administrative" in a country where everything is administrative? Where the government administrates everything, from the board rooms of the corporations to the most remote spare parts storage shed?"
H/T Penúltimos Días