Castro foes outline reform vision

May 23, 2005

Nancy San Martin- Miami Herald

A resolution adopted by Cuban dissidents who participated in an unprecedented and undisturbed two-day gathering in Havana labeled Fidel Castro's government 'Stalinist' and called for the return of 'democratic traditions' in the communist-ruled island.

The 10-point resolution, according to a transcript released Sunday, covered a wide spectrum of issues -- from calls for the release of political prisoners to unity within the island's dissident movement, which has been divided over how best to pursue the goal of a future democratic society.

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