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AMERICAS WATCH, 1992: Informe sobre la libertad de expresión en la comunidad cubana de Miami

Submitted by on August 20, 2015 – 3:09 am

Valladares señala a Elizardo y Bergnes por dialoguero: “the head of the European Coalition for Human Rights in Cuba, former political prisoner Armando Valladares, has denounced former Cuban political prisoner Elizardo Sánchez -a leading human rights monitor and proponent of dialogue – and charged Gustavo Arcos Bergnes, head ofthe Cuban Committee for Human Rights, with “treason” for a statement expressing “willingness to debate” with the Castro government.”

Frank Calzón, ex Directivo de La Fundación, la señala ahora como antidemocrática: ‘Frank Calzón, former executive director of the Foundation, has suggested that CANF leaders share some of the anti-democratic tendencies of the Cuban regime they seek to replace: “That strict unanimity, that rancor against those who dare to think on their own, that desire to destroy the adversary or at least to cost him his job, is a point in common between Castro and some Cuban-American leaders.’”

Huber Matos se perfila como alternativa al exilio histórico: “Cuba Independiente y Democratica (CID), led by Huber Matos, a former Castro ally who was imprisoned for 20 years, was founded in 1980 as alternative to traditional exile groups. It favors popular revolt backed by reformist elements in the armed forces.”

Carlos Alberto Montaner defiende a Ramón Cernuda; Mas Canosa lo cuestiona: “In a Miami Herald opinion piece calling the action against Cernuda a ‘moral lynching,’ Carlos Alberto Montaner wrote that the “real target is not Cernuda and his alleged crime…Three days after the seizure, Jorge Mas Canosa appeared on Radio Mambí and said that while he did not ‘hand in Cernuda’s list because I had no evidence… yes, we in effect are responsible for this and other investigations that I hope come through and which cannot be halted with Cernuda.’”

(DOCUMENTO en PDF: http://www.hrw.org/reports/pdfs/u/us/us928.pdf)