Changes Are “Limited and Belated,” says dissident

HAVANA TIMES, April 4 — The changes proposed by the Cuban government are “few, limited and belated,” opposition economist Oscar Espinosa Chepe affirmed in a book on the economic situation on the island, published on the Internet. According to Espinosa, the solutions presented by President Raúl Castro “are not integral” and in the majority are left halfway or are blocked by obstacles and all types of prohibitions,” reported IPS.