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  • Human Rights | Cubadebate (English)
    Report to Human Rights Council Apr 23rd 2013 Havana Apr 23 Prensa Latina Cuba s Foreign Ministry officially presented today the Report to the Universal Periodic Review UPR of the Human Rights Council scheduled to take place on May 1 in Geneva Switzerland The document focuses on the recommendations accepted by Cuba in February 2009 when the first UPR cycle was presented disclosed sources of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs body responsible for drawing up the text Reflections by Fidel The Brutal and Turbulent North Apr 24th 2011 By Fidel Castro Ruz I was reading abundant materials and books to make good my promise of continuing writing on the Reflection of April 14 about the Battle of Girón when I had a look at the recent news that came yesterday which were also as abundant as they are everyday You could pile up mountains of news on Youtube Facebook Twitter Picasa RSS Most Commented Cubadebate opens its new Web page in English 20 President Hugo Chavez s address to the People of Venezuela 10 Free the Five is heard at Left Forum 6 Nato s Fascist War 4 The Wonderful World of Capitalism 4 U S government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba 4 NATO s Genocidal Role 3 Ricardo Alarcón Truth Held Hostage 3 The Fiftieth Anniversary Parade 3 Genocidal Cynicism Part One 3 The March Towards the Abyss 3 The Best President for the United States 3 Series Cuba s Reasons Cuban Five El Paso Diary The El Paso Diary is written by José Pertierra an attorney who represents the government of Venezuela in its request for the extradition of Luis Posada Carriles Pertierra s journals describe the testimony evidence legal skirmishes quirks and follies of this very historic trial that features for the first time the close collaboration

    Original URL path: http://en.cubadebate.cu/tag/human-rights/ (2013-12-23)
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  • Blockade | Cubadebate (English)
    about peace in Libya and it will not hesitate in giving NATO the order to invade that rich country perhaps in a matter of hours or a few short days News Cuba Awaits Strong Condemnation to US Blockade Oct 15th 2011 Cuba is awaiting the international community once again pronounces against the economic financial and commercial blockade of the US government against the Caribbean island for more than 50 years declared Cuban Ambassador to Caracas Rogelio Polanco The Cuban diplomat told Prensa Latina that the authorities of Cuba will present a resolution on the negative consequences of the blockade to Cuba for the consecutive 20th time before the United Nations Organization s General Assembly News US Blockade Hurts Cuban Telecommunications Sep 21st 2011 The U S blockade of Cuba has cost the Cuban telecommunications industry more than seven billion USD in losses in the last year alone created obstacles to the purchase of hardware and software and hindered Cubans ability to surf the Internet The seven billion USD in losses were reported for May 2010 to April 2011 according to a Cuban government report sent to the UN General Assembly UNGA News Cuba in Geneva Right to Development without Blockade Sep 15th 2011 1 Cuba on Thursday reiterated its commitment with development despite the blockade the United States has maintained on the island for over 50 years ago during a speech at the UN Human Right Council HRC Cuban delegate Juan Antonio Quintanilla stated that the main obstacle for the right to the development of the Cuban people is the economic trade and financial blockade imposed by Washington That blockade is a massive blatant and systematic violation of the human rights of a people particularly the right to development Quintanilla noted News Non Aligned Movement End the U S Blockade

    Original URL path: http://en.cubadebate.cu/tag/blockade/ (2013-12-23)
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  • Fidel Castro Holds Fraternal Meeting with Maradona | Cubadebate (English)
    The dialogue between Fidel Castro and the former Argentine soccer star was a lively and fruitful exchange between two old friends says the statement issued in the capital Make a comment Your email address will not be published The mandatory fields are marked Name Email Title Comment Youtube Facebook Twitter Picasa RSS Most Commented Cubadebate opens its new Web page in English 20 President Hugo Chavez s address to the People of Venezuela 10 Free the Five is heard at Left Forum 6 Nato s Fascist War 4 The Wonderful World of Capitalism 4 U S government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba 4 NATO s Genocidal Role 3 Ricardo Alarcón Truth Held Hostage 3 The Fiftieth Anniversary Parade 3 Genocidal Cynicism Part One 3 The March Towards the Abyss 3 The Best President for the United States 3 Series Cuba s Reasons Cuban Five El Paso Diary The El Paso Diary is written by José Pertierra an attorney who represents the government of Venezuela in its request for the extradition of Luis Posada Carriles Pertierra s journals describe the testimony evidence legal skirmishes quirks and follies of this very historic trial that features for the first time the close collaboration

    Original URL path: http://en.cubadebate.cu/news/2013/04/15/fidel-castro-holds-fraternal-meeting-with-maradona/ (2013-12-23)
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  • Nicolas Maduro Wins Presidential Elections in Venezuela | Cubadebate (English)
    7 270 403 During the report of the results the president of the CNE Tibisay Lucena said that these data were released when the trend is irreversible and the votes pending to count do not change the final balance of the process Lucena said the institution spoke with the candidates to communicate the report and urged people to remain calm after successfully completing the Election Day Today Venezuela has spoken and did it strong she added noting that now people has to act as a quiet after decided the fate of the country at the polls According to reports 18 9 million Venezuelans were eligible to vote including about 100 000 abroad to choose the new leader of the country The elections were called after the death of Commander Hugo Chavez which occurred last March 5 and in compliance with the provisions of the Constitution Make a comment Your email address will not be published The mandatory fields are marked Name Email Title Comment Youtube Facebook Twitter Picasa RSS Most Commented Cubadebate opens its new Web page in English 20 President Hugo Chavez s address to the People of Venezuela 10 Free the Five is heard at Left Forum 6 Nato s Fascist War 4 The Wonderful World of Capitalism 4 U S government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba 4 NATO s Genocidal Role 3 Ricardo Alarcón Truth Held Hostage 3 The Fiftieth Anniversary Parade 3 Genocidal Cynicism Part One 3 The March Towards the Abyss 3 The Best President for the United States 3 Series Cuba s Reasons Cuban Five El Paso Diary The El Paso Diary is written by José Pertierra an attorney who represents the government of Venezuela in its request for the extradition of Luis Posada Carriles Pertierra s journals describe the testimony evidence legal skirmishes

    Original URL path: http://en.cubadebate.cu/news/2013/04/15/nicolas-maduro-wins-presidential-elections-venezuela/ (2013-12-23)
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  • Nicolás Maduro Stresses Venezuelan Democracy | Cubadebate (English)
    country Shortly after the end of a massive mobilization in the streets of Caracas Maduro noted that the campaign deployed by the opposition demonstrates the vitality of democracy in Venezuela Meanwhile Maduro candidate of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela said that the deep roots of the social division and the insecurity in the South American country must be attacked that is phenomena such as poverty discrimination and historical exclusion In his opinion social peace and unity depend on overcoming these manifestations Maduro pointed to the decreased levels of poverty and unemployment and the social gains generated during the 14 years of President Chávez s tenure but said a change in cultural patterns was still needed We have set ourselves the goal of zero poverty and misery said Maduro who said it was still essential to struggle against ideological intolerance and crime He confirmed that building a society of peace and real coexistence will be the focus of his work if he is elected to the presidency of the Republic on Sunday I believe we will succeed he said Make a comment Your email address will not be published The mandatory fields are marked Name Email Title Comment Youtube Facebook Twitter Picasa RSS Most Commented Cubadebate opens its new Web page in English 20 President Hugo Chavez s address to the People of Venezuela 10 Free the Five is heard at Left Forum 6 Nato s Fascist War 4 The Wonderful World of Capitalism 4 U S government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba 4 NATO s Genocidal Role 3 Ricardo Alarcón Truth Held Hostage 3 The Fiftieth Anniversary Parade 3 Genocidal Cynicism Part One 3 The March Towards the Abyss 3 The Best President for the United States 3 Series Cuba s Reasons Cuban Five El Paso Diary The El

    Original URL path: http://en.cubadebate.cu/news/2013/04/12/nicolas-maduro-stresses-venezuelan-democracy/ (2013-12-23)
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  • Venezuela Denounces Opposition Plans to Ignore Elections | Cubadebate (English)
    documents aimed at not recognizing the work of the National Electoral Council CNE Cabello said that opposing candidate Henrique Capriles had made a political calculation and decided not to run for election taking into account the likely negative toll on his aspirations Nevertheless he traveled to New York USA and returned as the candidate for the so called Democratic Unity Table MUD he added In the current situation he said the right wing is far from obtaining victory in the elections and is therefore turning to the option of violence As a result we are denouncing this situation to prevent that violence and see if they will come to their senses because if they believe in democracy they must realize that elections have winners and losers he said Make a comment Your email address will not be published The mandatory fields are marked Name Email Title Comment Youtube Facebook Twitter Picasa RSS Most Commented Cubadebate opens its new Web page in English 20 President Hugo Chavez s address to the People of Venezuela 10 Free the Five is heard at Left Forum 6 Nato s Fascist War 4 The Wonderful World of Capitalism 4 U S government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba 4 NATO s Genocidal Role 3 Ricardo Alarcón Truth Held Hostage 3 The Fiftieth Anniversary Parade 3 Genocidal Cynicism Part One 3 The March Towards the Abyss 3 The Best President for the United States 3 Series Cuba s Reasons Cuban Five El Paso Diary The El Paso Diary is written by José Pertierra an attorney who represents the government of Venezuela in its request for the extradition of Luis Posada Carriles Pertierra s journals describe the testimony evidence legal skirmishes quirks and follies of this very historic trial that features for the first time the close collaboration

    Original URL path: http://en.cubadebate.cu/news/2013/04/10/venezuela-denounces-opposition-plans-ignore-elections/ (2013-12-23)
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  • Venezuelan Armed Forces to Guarantee Secure Elections | Cubadebate (English)
    role of the Republica Plan activated in the electoral process aims to preserve peace during elections as has been done ever since 1960 The Republica Plan said Barrientos focuses on transportation care and custody of election materials and maintaining security at the polls He also said officers have been instructed to refrain from entering the area where polling stations are located unless requested to do so in exceptional situations We always fulfill our work under the Constitution and laws of the country said Barrientos He further questioned the opposition complaints about an alleged plot involving the FANB in mobilizing voters to vote for the Socialist presidential candidate Nicolas Maduro In this regard he stated that the document containing the project which was introduced by the right wing bloc has no connection with the official documents issued by the Strategic Operational Command Make a comment Your email address will not be published The mandatory fields are marked Name Email Title Comment Youtube Facebook Twitter Picasa RSS Most Commented Cubadebate opens its new Web page in English 20 President Hugo Chavez s address to the People of Venezuela 10 Free the Five is heard at Left Forum 6 Nato s Fascist War 4 The Wonderful World of Capitalism 4 U S government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba 4 NATO s Genocidal Role 3 Ricardo Alarcón Truth Held Hostage 3 The Fiftieth Anniversary Parade 3 Genocidal Cynicism Part One 3 The March Towards the Abyss 3 The Best President for the United States 3 Series Cuba s Reasons Cuban Five El Paso Diary The El Paso Diary is written by José Pertierra an attorney who represents the government of Venezuela in its request for the extradition of Luis Posada Carriles Pertierra s journals describe the testimony evidence legal skirmishes quirks and follies of

    Original URL path: http://en.cubadebate.cu/news/2013/04/04/venezuelan-armed-forces-guarantee-secure-elections/ (2013-12-23)
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  • FARC-EP Determined to Achieve Peace, Says Ivan Marquez | Cubadebate (English)
    analyzed in the FARC EP Colombian government talks begun in Cuba on November 19 It is more urgent to engage tirelessly in extinguishing the causes of the social fire spreading throughout Colombia he said in regard to pressures and criteria from sectors of the South American country interested in accelerating the dialogue ahead of the 2014 elections Regarding this scenario the guerrilla commander said that peace is not a package of promises to discuss an agenda but the tangible completion of changes that benefit the majority The roundtable discussions at Havana s Conference Center between the insurgency and the Government are currently in recess The parties use recesses to carry out internal consultations and analysis of the progress of the process which is centered on a six item agenda including issues such as political participation the problem of drug trafficking and care for victims The dialogue should be resumed in the third week of April continuing with the issue of land rights and expectations that discussions will progress to the issue of political participation Make a comment Your email address will not be published The mandatory fields are marked Name Email Title Comment Youtube Facebook Twitter Picasa RSS Most Commented Cubadebate opens its new Web page in English 20 President Hugo Chavez s address to the People of Venezuela 10 Free the Five is heard at Left Forum 6 Nato s Fascist War 4 The Wonderful World of Capitalism 4 U S government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba 4 NATO s Genocidal Role 3 Ricardo Alarcón Truth Held Hostage 3 The Fiftieth Anniversary Parade 3 Genocidal Cynicism Part One 3 The March Towards the Abyss 3 The Best President for the United States 3 Series Cuba s Reasons Cuban Five El Paso Diary The El Paso Diary is written by

    Original URL path: http://en.cubadebate.cu/news/2013/04/03/farc-ep-determined-achieve-peace-says-ivan-marquez/ (2013-12-23)
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