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Reports from Cuba: Call for a Plebescite, Yes or No

By Rosa Maria Paya in Translating Cuba:

Call for a Plebescite, Yes or No
YES or NO? [See full text below]. Poster by Rolando Pulido

YES or NO? [See full text below]. Poster by Rolando Pulido

Let no one speak again for all Cubans. Ask them in a plebiscite.

“Let them call free and democratic elections on the basis of a new electoral law and an atmosphere that allows all Cubans to have the right to be nominated and elected democratically, exercising freedom of expression and of the press and freely organizing themselves into political parties and social organizations with full plurality. Yes or No?”

Oswaldo José Payá Sardiñas, on behalf of the Christian Liberation Movement, Havana, Cuba, 17 January 20122.

Plebiscite Now.

More information at: oswaldopaya.org/es

1 comment to Reports from Cuba: Call for a Plebescite, Yes or No

  • asombra

    Haven't they heard? Socialism (meaning Castro, Inc.) is officially "irreversible" in Cuba, just like Maduro's presidency in Venezuela. So you see, it's all settled. No refunds and no returns allowed.