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Quote of the Day – Why would a Cuban Twitter free of regime control bother anyone?

Joan Antoni Guerrero Vall on his blog Punto Cuba (my translation):

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"It is not a secret to anyone that the United States promotes regime change in Cuba and on principle, one would assume that other countries that promote democratic values want it as well. On principle, providing tools to facilitate the flow of information among people shouldn't raise so much suspicion. But of course... this is Cuba after all."

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