Currency unification is an undelayable need in CubaDespite the adverse circumstances in Cuba's economy, the Government is aware of the urgency to end the monetary duality that affects the development of the country's productive forces. 

Poster published by Revolución newspaper, in July of 1960. Photo: Granma Archives

The dawn is coming; a new assault is approaching: daily life on the island presents 1001 assaults; 1001 Moncadas. It all began one Sunday - July 26 - in Santiago; an assault on the garrison where "powerful dominant forces" were sleeping, and were surprised by Cuba.

Cuba strengthens the system to promote and protect human rights from the strictest sense of independence.

For more than 60 years, many generations of Cubans have grown up under the tutelage of a human rights system that the State has guaranteed by law and conviction since the very triumph of the Revolution.