Cuban dictatorship threatens homeless single mothers living in an abandoned home with eviction

This is the “equity” and “social justice” the socialist revolution has given single mothers in communist Cuba.

Via Periodico Cubano (my translation):

Government threatens to evict two single mothers, one of them pregnant

Two single mothers with one of them about to give birth are being threatened by the local government in the town of Alquizar in the Artemisa province, which is looking to evict them.

The Cuban Observatory of Human Rights shared the testimony of the women who have been waiting for more than three years for the homes they were promised by city officials.

Elisandra Cardoso and Dayamis Sanchez have two and three children, respectively, and another child is about to be born. In the midst of this situation they are attempting to get them out with threats over the fisherman houses they are living in illegally.

The original residents of the homes refused to live there, and despite the fact they have been empty, the regime prefers to see the houses deteriorate instead of giving shelter to those in need.

They have 72 hours to leave the house. The Municipal Housing Authority in Alquizar and the Zoning Board notified them of the order without offering a solution to these single mothers and their children.

Continue reading (in Spanish) HERE.

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