Dissident life in Cuba has gotten worse, not better, after Obama and Pope’s visit

After a week of uncertainty, we finally heard from one of the founders of Cuba’s Anarcho-Capitalist Libertarian Movement—recently founded in the eastern province of Camagüey—who was detained by state forces without any notice of his whereabouts.
The Castro regime deprives political prisoners the ability to communicate with the outside world. (PanAm Post)
It so happens that only the Communist Party is legal in Cuba, and therefore all political activity outside the party is banned.
Which is why state security officers forcefully removed Nelson Rodríguez Chartand from his place of residence, only days after being released from a previous arbitrary detention and having his cell phone burned with acid to prevent any communications or data exchange. Without a phone, it was impossible for him to inform anyone about his

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