US Diplomats Question Cuban Dissidents

HAVANA TIMES, Dec. 17 – The Cuban traditional dissidence is divided and remains alien to the interests of young persons, in addition to being practically unknown by the population, according to the opinion of the last two heads of the U.S. Interests Section in Cuba, Wikileaks dispatches revealed. The current U.S. representative on the island, Jonathan Farrar, considered that the anti-establishment position of young artists and bloggers was more attractive and would have greater impact in a post Castro era, reported IPS.

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