July 4, 2022

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Release # 494: Demonstrations in Cuba | Subject

After all, they attract because they are rare in the country. The last place of this magnitude took place almost three decades ago. As defined by journalist Marcelo Lins, the presenter of the Globo News International program, they are now back due to the “perfect storm”. Under the hurricane-tourism disruption and the US trade embargo, which will mix out of control, slow vaccinations and a 11% shrinking economy last year. United States. “The government has failed to provide the basics,” says Lins, from food to medicine. However, he did not believe that the protests – with one death already recorded – would compromise the survival of the ruling party. Cuba After the Castro Revolution. To evaluate the role of social networks in calling for action, David Neymar, a professor in the Department of Media Studies at the University of Virginia, has been researching the expansion of connectivity among Cubans since 2015.

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