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Cuba: Systematic Violation on Human Rights
that Castro heralded at his arrival to power in January 1959, the country has seen itself sunken into a dark night of unparalleled economic exploitation, destruction, repression, intolerance, and discrimination. Jorge Luis Garca Prez was reported to have been released from prison in April 2007 after serving his full sentence of 17 years and 34 days for having, at the age of 25, shouted slogans against Fidel Castro. It cannot be overlooked the unnecessary suffering resulting from the inherently highly inefficient economic system, destroying what took situational Application of Honesty over four hundred years to build by the diligent work and entrepreneurial ability of the Cuban people. This meant that working on your own has been a crime. 68 Carlos Moore, who has authored extensive on the issue, says that "There is an unstated threat, blacks in Cuba know that whenever you raise race in Cuba, you go to jail. Likewise, the precept prohibiting discrimination against the individual (Article 2) is violated, institutionally, and in practice. Through 1993, some.2 million Cubans (about 10 of the current population) left the island for the United States, 30 often by sea in small boats and fragile rafts. 22 According to Amnesty International, the total number of death sentences issued from 195987 was 237, of which all but 21 were actually carried out. 62 In the late 1960s, because of "revolutionary social hygiene the Castro government claimed to cleanse the arts of "fraudulent sodomitic" writers and "sick effeminate" dancers. The progress on economic, social, and cultural rights was never matched in terms of respect for civil and political rights.
The government continues to rely on arbitrary detention to harass and intimidate individuals who exercise their fundamental rights.
The Cuban Commission for Human Rights and National Reconciliation (ccdhrn)an independent human rights group the government views as illegalreceived over 7,188 reports of arbitrary detentions from January through August 2014, a sharp increase from approximately 2,900 in 2013 and 1,100 in 2010 during the same.
As other countries in the region turned away from authoritarian rule, only Fidel Castros Cuba continued to repress virtually all civil and political rights, said Jos Miguel Vivanco, Americas director at Human Rights Watch.
Here are some human rights issues that have been raised by both Cubans and.
In 1971, Catholic priest Armando Perez was deported from his home parish in Camaguey Province to Santiago de Cuba in Oriente Province. This neutrality will be considered apathy towards the system. The document also summarizes the systematic and continuing disregard for human life in Cubas laws and practices, citing cumulative totals of cases of death or disappearance from Cuba Archives work-in-progress and giving examples of specific cases occurring since Cubas last UPR in 2013. In the Americas, some governments back the criticism, others oppose urbanization in Britain it, seeing it as a cynical manipulation of a serious human rights issue in order to promote the isolation of the island and to justify the decades-old embargo. Gay Rights and Wrongs in Cuba, Archived at the Wayback Machine., Peter Tatchell (2002 published in the "Gay and Lesbian Humanist Spring 2002. 78 Carlos Alberto Montaner says "Camps of forced labour were instituted with all speed to "correct" such deviations. A b c "A barrier for Cuba's blacks". The result of the negotiations was an agreement under which the United States was required to issue 20,000 visas annually to Cuban emigrants. Archived from the original on March 31, 2009. Retrieved September 6, 2012. For his part, Cason denies offering funds to anyone in Cuba. In all, 75 people were given lengthy sentences averaging 17 years each.