Monthly Archives: September 2010

Reforms in Cuba and disinformation concerning layoffs

The monopoly-owned media see what they want to see, writes ENVER VILLAMIZAR

THE CANADIAN monopoly-owned media have been reporting that the Cuban government is set to lay off 500,000 public employees. The way this is reported suggests that this is a step towards capitalist restoration in Cuba. In a September 19 editorial, the Globe and Mail wrote: “The Cuban government’s surprise announcement this week that it is laying off 500,000 state employees could trigger unrest, but the reforms are a welcome first step.” Continue reading

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Canadian Network on Cuba holds successful convention

5th Biennial CNC Convention affirms determination to strengthen Canada-Cuba relations and step up the work to free the Cuban Five, political prisoners in U.S. jails Continue reading

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