Osmel Ramírez Álvarez
HAVANA TIMES – As an encouraging sign of unity among Cubans in favor of democracy this media campaign is received online, where many people participate denouncing the existence of “regulated” (grounded) people in Cuba.
Those affected are forbidden to travel without justifiable reasons, a flagrant violation of the human right known as “freedom of movement.”
It is a repressive act of the regime against those citizens they find uncomfortable because they do not agree with their totalitarian system. It’s done as punishment, in my case for being an independent journalist.
PalenqueVisión came to my house to interview me. We took the shots on the farm of my in-laws, in a humble house like millions in the beautiful fields of Cuba.
I share a small video edited for ADNCuba.