indisioplinaThe social indiscipline in our neighborhoods is an evil that silently, but insistently, corrupts the fundamental essence of our principles.

This problem becomes more alarming when we see the perpetrators of these behaviors acting in an unpunished way in the communities.

The false belief that these social disorders are the lifeline when solving pertinent problems of Cuban family life, limits open confrontation to these phenomena. However, in order to reverse these attitudes, it is necessary to delve into the causes of the matter in order to evaluate, without schematism, why people justify coexistence with illegalities.

49808ca34a55dce72feb86db1f12c4e4 LFirst, no matter how exemplarily the economy is administered as Evo's government did, growth, redistribution, flow of investments are guaranteed, and all the macro and microeconomic indicators are improved, the right and imperialism will never accept a government that does not serve their interests.

forosaopauloWho would have thought that, during the attempted coup d'état in Venezuela on January 23 and its immediate aftermath, Caracas would become, only five months later, the epicentre of the Latin American left?

venezuelaprotesta"Oh, I am against military intervention!" goes a "pacifist" narrative heard in the North that serves as pretext for a statement on Venezuela. This prelude consoles the soul, clears the liberal conscience and strives to maintain the desired – but increasingly elusive – "progressive" academic, journalistic and political credentials.

aguilaOn May 2nd, the Title III of the Helms-Burton Act entered into force, which allows US citizens, who were subject to nationalizations or expropriations by Cuban laws from January 1959, may file a claim with the United States courts against those people who "traffic" with their old properties.