Marc Frank, Reuters
(Reuters) - The resignation of two editors of an outspoken Roman Catholic Church magazine in Cuba threatens to stall what had been a thriving political dialogue inside Cuba and a rare forum to challenge the ruling Communist Party publicly.
The former editors of Espacio Laical magazine, Roberto Veiga and Lenier Gonzalez, used the Internet to promote debate on political issues such as the need for a multiparty system, internet expansion, reintegration with the diaspora and the strengths and weaknesses of reforms under President Raul Castro...
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Sarah Marsh and Nelson Acosta, Reuters
|2/22/17||U.S. senators say Cuba's Castro keen to continue detente
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
|2/22/17||Countdown begins for Raúl Castro’s retirement next year
Mimi Whitefield and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald