Dissident leader asks Spain and EU to support dialogue in Cuba

.- Carlos Paya, spokesman for the Christian Liberation Movement in Spain, has asked the European Union and Spain to promote dialogue in Cuba, as the country has been neglected by Latin America.

According to the Spanish media, Paya said the Cuban people “no longer expect anything from the government of Raul Castro and there are no expectations for change beyond a few cosmetic details.”

Paya added, “Raul is only interested in more power, more repression and has nothing but apathy for the people.” Amidst such a situation, he said, “Cubans must take the initiative.”

Paya’s comments are also shared by other dissident leaders, who believe the reforms of Raul Castro are “timid and cosmetic” and will not lead to greater freedom.


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