HAVANA TIMES, April 6 — In his most recent public speech on Sunday, President Raul Castro urged youth to make use of debate and to accept differences of opinion as a means to advance the construction of socialism.
“Fomenting frank discussion and not seeing disagreement as a problem, but the source of the best solutions. Absolute unanimity is generally fictitious and therefore harmful,” said the Cuban president.
With that in mind Havana Times asks its readers the following:
– Is it possible to disagree with certain decisions and policies outlined by the Cuban leaders while continuing to be on the side of the Revolution?
– Do you think the leaders in fact fear disagreement?
– Up to what point could differences of opinion advance or reverse the Cuban effort to build socialism?
Participate in the discussion