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Rosa Maria Payá calls for the end of ‘political apartheid’ in Cuba

Via ACIPrensa (my translation):

Rosa María Payá calls for the end of 'political apartheid' in Cuba
Rosa María Payá

Rosa Maria Payá demanded that the government of Raul Castro end all political and ideological discrimination that exists in Cuba. A true change, she says, requires the recognition of human rights as proposed in Project Heredia (PH) and not the passing of reforms that, although may bring some benefits, are more like "permissions from the government."

"We Cubans suffer all sorts of exclusions and a real political apartheid. The government goes to great lengths to give the appearance of change, but there can be no change while people are denied their rights. And that is what has taken place," said the young leader of the Christian Liberation Movement in an interview with the magazine Somos Liberacion.

Continue reading (in Spanish) HERE.

1 comment to Rosa Maria Payá calls for the end of ‘political apartheid’ in Cuba

  • asombra

    I suppose the Congressional Black Caucus will object to the use of "apartheid" by a white girl. Oh, wait, she can't be white, can she? Never mind.