Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Cuba: Life in the communist workers paradise

Independent journalist Carlos Garcell Pérez says agents from State Security forced him to abandon his father-in-law's home where he had been living.

Garcell Pérez conceded that he did not have government permission to live in the house, located in Moa in Holguín province, as required by law.

He said that his father-in-law was told that his granddaughter would lose her job if her stepfather continued living at the house.
I wonder how Jamaicans and Trinis would respond if their governments said you have to have permission to live a certain place? Ah, no point asking the question. T&T is rife with squatters.

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