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Quote of the day – No real changes in Cuba

Hilda Molina, a Cuban doctor currently exiled in Argentina, on the political openings supposedly happening in Cuba (via La Voz Mundo - my translation):

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"I am well aware of the Cuban reality because I keep in contact with a group of the resistance within the Cuban government made up of good people who have never done any harm and who are not in agreement with what is taking place. [...] I am current with what is going on and I can assure you that this government is not making any democratic changes or allowing any economic openings. These are readjustments of their strategy to achieve power in perpetuity for their successors and to increase the immense fortunes they have already acquired through their business ventures with capitalists. But in Cuba, there are no real changes."

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