175 Cuban dissidents tried to run for office. Here’s how Castro’s government reacted. – Miami Herald

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175 Cuban dissidents tried to run for office. Here’s how Castro’s government reacted.
Miami Herald
Clinging to hope that Raúl Castro’s promise to step down in February will open the door to a political transition in Cuba, more than 100 dissidents launched an island-wide effort to place themselves on the ballot of upcoming elections. The Castro
Cuba Blocks All Opposition Candidates from Municipal ‘Elections’Breitbart News
Head of Cuban state-run newspaper sacked over ‘errors’Digital Journal

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Miami Herald

175 Cuban dissidents tried to run for office. Here's how Castro's government reacted.
Miami Herald
Clinging to hope that Raúl Castro's promise to step down in February will open the door to a political transition in Cuba, more than 100 dissidents launched an island-wide effort to place themselves on the ballot of upcoming elections. The Castro
Cuba Blocks All Opposition Candidates from Municipal 'Elections'Breitbart News
Head of Cuban state-run newspaper sacked over 'errors'Digital Journal

all 5 news articles »

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