The exceptionalist logic of the Cuban system tends to see any protest as a provocation in the service of foreign aggression. His speech was repeated over and over again in the face of unprecedented protests on the island. Cuba: Social outbursts are a political crime Accompanied by a message to the nation.In Sweden, Dagostal's invocation of social democracy typical of industrial society may have some short-term tactical advantages, but it is not sufficient to meet the complex challenges facing any socialist project in the 21st century. If these parties hope to overcome the dilemma presented by a divided parliament, note: This article was originally published in English on the New Left commentary blog.
Sidecar under the title "Red Line" and has been updated to Spanish. You can view the original version here. Translation: Maria Alejandra Cucci. Photo: Jane Olson. of infections caused by power cuts, medicines and food shortages and an epidemic. Speaking that morning, another Cuban official did not explain the reasons for the Job Email List protests, but instead exposed the political and legal logic they would face. Rogelio Polanco, head of the Ideological Department of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party, was recommended President Diaz-Canel as the right person to conceptualize the "event" because he had been Havana's ambassador to Caracas for many years.
In fact, he served as ambassador during 2017-2019 when the most violent protests were waged by all segments of Venezuelan society. Polanco noted that what happened in Cuba was another attempt at a "sustained coup d'etat" or "color revolution" organized by enemies of the revolution, as part of the "unconventional war waged by the United States against Cuba. The criminalization of protest thus gets its most complete outline. Protesting is criminal because it is part of an act of foreign aggression, directed against political regimes, and because it resorts to common crimes against public order. We see this type of criminalization in Latin America, whether in governments on the left or on the right.