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Quote of the day – Defending freedom vs. defending a dictatorship

Jaime Trobo, a member of Uruguay's parliament on the difference between Rosa Maria Paya, a Cuban opposition leader, and Mariela Castro, the daughter of Cuba's repressive dictatorship (translation by Capitol Hill Cubans):

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"Rosa Maria Paya defends freedom, Mariela Castro defends a dictatorship."

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