Restless natives: Cubans vent their anger with protest signs

Not very well written, even hard to understand these messages hanging from wires over Havanas streets, but they are nonetheless eloquent, despite ther poor grammar and sloppy calligraphy.

Left: “Eight months without water through pipes and no solution for us with Havana’s water.”

Right: “Neighborhood 4 without water. Leaks in Los Pinos, Pezuela, F & 27, K & 27, and others. For us, [nothing but] watching and waiting. Until when? Peace is respecting the rights of others.”

And… also last week: eloquent graffiti on the wall of Communist Party headquarters in the town of Morón, Ciego de Avila. Needs no translation:

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