- jul 30, 2011 • 12:14h
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Editorial de The Washington Post: “Cuba debe liberar a Alan Gross”:
Cuba, besides its repressive ally Venezuela, is virtually the only place in the Western Hemisphere where distributing laptop computers and satellite phone equipment intended to connect people to the Internet — Mr. Gross’s supposed “crime” — could be construed as subversive. The regime in Havana is so brittle and creaky that it blanches at the idea of its subjects communicating too freely with the outside world, lest they undermine a communist system whose attempts at economic development have delivered scanty results.
PD: Traducción del editorial, aquí.