Why this unfriendly act on the part of the Government of the United States towards Cuba? Have colonialists or imperialists ever lacked a pretext when they wanted to invade a country?
Millions and millions of pesos were lost in the burning fields of sugar cane. We are simply stating the facts, although the facts are sufficient to disturb everybody's sleep. They are not afraid, nor are they shaken by this threat of the use of atomic weapons.
Perhaps some of you are well aware of the facts, perhaps others are not. The same would have occurred in my own country. That was the situation we found, and it is probably not foreign to many of the countries represented in this Assembly, because, when all is said and done, what we have said about Cuba is like a diagnostic x-ray applicable to many of the countries represented here.
Unlike other countries, including those defined as emerging economies, where the educational factor is a hindrance to development, the opposite occurs in Cuba, inasmuch as the labor structure is not able to fully absorb the human capital created by the Revolution. We have carefully studied the speech made here by President Eisenhower — he made no real reference to disarmament, to the development of the underdeveloped countries, or to the colonial problem.
What did the Revolution find when it came to power in Cuba? While the government allowed select members of the foreign press to conduct controlled visits to a handful of prisons in Aprilit continues to deny international human rights groups and independent Cuban organizations access to its prisons.
The Castro government places restrictions on speech and media in ways both large and small. And even when, some months before the war was over, an embargo on arms for Batista was put into effect, after more than six years of military help, once the arms embargo had been solemnly declared, the Rebel Army had proof, documentary proof, that the forces of the tyranny had been supplied with rockets to be fired from planes.
Fidel Castro at the U. The problems which we have been describing in relation to Cuba can be applied just as well to all of Latin America. Planes kept coming and going.
Let no one be mistaken. Elio Delgado Legon Havana street. And how long will Latin America wait for its development? Then the problem of payment arose.
They said that the agrarian reform would bring chaos to agricultural production, that production would diminish considerably, and that the Government of the United States was concerned because Cuba might not be able to fulfill her commitments to the American market.
And it is well known that these territories were occupied and colonized on the strength of the law of force; by virtue of the law of force million of men were enslaved, and it is force which sustains such exploitation in the world.
The world had not had many reasons to know that Cuba existed. The case of Cuba is not isolated case. Improve the nutrition of the people, and when they eat well you will not have to spend money on hospitals. Therefore, those who want no disarmament are those interested in maintaining their military strength in order to retain control of natural resources, the wealth of the people of the world, and cheap labor in underdeveloped countries.
That the OAS would protect the country; that the OAS would condemn the political aggression against Cuba, and above all that would condemn the economic aggression against our country. In the first place, I must emphasize that for this gently man, to have increased industrial production in our country by 35 per cent, to have given employment to more thanmore Cubans, to have solved many of the social problems of our country, constitutes the ruination of our country.
Once in Harlem, since it was impossible to prevent us from living there, the slander and defamation campaigns began. This is not a problem for minorities only: Planes kept coming and going.Mar 22, · The Cuban government acknowledges disagreements over human rights issues, but has traditionally pointed to state guarantees of free education, health care, housing and pensions as.
The current problems with Cuba’s migratory policy. By Cuban émigrés have fulfilled a counter-revolutionary function that explains both the exceptional treatment they have received from the U.S.
government and Cuba’s policy in the face of such treatment. Anyone who reviews Cuba’s current immigration policy will find that many of.
Three days later, police arrested Elaine Díaz, director of the independent news site Periodismo del Barrio and four of her colleagues when they traveled to Baracoa, eastern Cuba, to report on the.
"Cuban banks have long provided loans to farm cooperatives, they have offered credit to new recipients of farmland in usufruct since and in they began. Modern Cuba has been shaped by the U.S.'s abhorrence for the communist government. Today there are many problems in Cuba such as its waning economy, its health care issues, even its pollution, but almost all of them stem from the U.S.
unwillingness to cooperate with the Cuban government, and. current situation: Cuba is a source country for adults and children subjected to sex trafficking and forced labor; child sex trafficking and child sex tourism occur in Cuba, while some Cubans are forced into prostitution in South America and the Caribbean.Download