By Victor Manuel HAVANA TIMES — A few weeks ago, on Holy Innocents Day (December 28th) to be exact, a
I recently had the privilege of visiting Cardenas, a few weeks after Hurricane Irma swept through to the north of this city in the Matanzas province. I walked down some of its streets and talked to locals… (10 photos)
Watching again the Cuban film classic “The Death of a Bureaucrat”, I remembered the story of Marta Elena Otero, a neighbor who has become the protagonist of a similar story. This 46-year-old teacher tells me that she’s been trying to update her home’s property documents for the past 4 years.
According to the Cuban State Council’s announcement, there will be general “elections” this October. A lot of people ask themselves about the changes that Raul Castro promised in the Cuban Electoral Law.
I don’t believe Cuba’s future lies solely in the hands of its youth. Cuba’s future lies in the hands of anyone who feels the need to do something positive for the country, contributing their grain of sand to the present so that it is then reflected in the future.