Again, like Castro sites, there are many, but of variable quality and very often strongly biased to the left. Here are a selection:
Revolutionary forces take control of Havana. At about 2 a.
Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos lead the rebels into Havana. In Santiago de Cuba, Oriente Province, Castro makes a victorious speech which includes the following: This time, fortunately for Cuba, the revolution will achieve its true objective. It will not be likewhen the Americans came and made themselves masters of the country.
The first issue of Hoy appears. Castro arrives in Havana. Ambassador to Cuba, resigns. He is replaced by Philip Bonsal. In Santiago de Cuba, 75 men are executed.
Castro declares that the trials will go on "until all criminals of the Batista regime are tried. Serving as judges for the military tribunal are Dr. At night, a group of about women dressed in black protest the executions of "counter-revolutionists.
Former Batista Army Captain Pedro Morejon is sentenced to death in Havana for "assassination, homicide, robbery, incendiarism and damage. Castro announces that general elections will be held in Cuba in 2 years. Quoted in the NY Times: We have an overwhelming majority at present and it is in the interest of the nation that the political parties become fully developed and their programs defined before elections are held.
As of this day, total "war criminals" have been executed by firing squads. An editorial in the front page of Revolution calls for an end to the executions. Military trials and executions are suspended during Easter week.
Heriberto Bertematy Rodriguez is sentenced to death for trafficking and selling marijuana. Alan Robert Nye, a lieutenant in the U. Naval Reserve, goes on trial in Havana. He is accused of plotting to kill Fidel Castro. The trial takes place at the Cabana Fortress, across Havana Bay, in front of about spectators that include army personnel as well as foreign and local reporters.Beloved and loathed by his citizens, Mr.
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"Over the past forty years, Cuba has developed a highly effective machinery of repression. The denial of basic civil and political rights is written into Cuban law.
Cuba is a totalitarian state controlled by Fidel Castro, who is chief of state with the titles of president, head of government, first secretary of the Communist Party, and commander in chief of the armed forces. Florida Senator Marco Rubio responded to President Obama's announcement earlier today to "normalize relations" with Cuba and now it's Texas Senator Ted Cruz' turn.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Cuba is a totalitarian state led by Raul Castro, who is the chief of state, president of the council of state and council of ministers, and commander in chief of the armed forces. At the Sixth Communist Party Congress held in April, delegates also .