Castro still dead, Cuba still repressive

Two years ago, we heard that Fidel Castro died of whatever.   Two years later, the dissidents are complaining that they didn't get the political reform memo.  This is from Briebart:     Speaking to Breitbart News, leaders of the Cuban counter-revolution – which, contrary to the Aspen Institute analysis, does exist -- lament that any opportunity to ease the repression of dissident voices in the country appears to have passed without incident.  Both Fidel Castro’s death and the substitution of Raúl Castro as the Revolution’s international envoy with loyalist Miguel Díaz-Canel in April have done little for political freedom in the country, they agree. “The situation in Cuba for dissidents remains very similar to that which we had during Fidel Castro’s life, and in some ways is even worse,” José Daniel Ferrer, the General Coordinator of one of Cuba’s largest dissident...(Read Full Post)