United Left blocks parliamentary resolution against CastroDo exile Cubans count?
The Communist United Left yesterday blocked Spain's Congress of Deputies from passing a non-binding resolution, agreed upon by the rest of the political parties, censuring the "new deterioration" of the human rights situation in Cuba. The PP-backed resolution needed unanimity among all parties with representation in Congress. The United Left spokesman criticized the PP for being "the voice of the United States," and claimed that "Cuba has social welfare conditions much better than the countries that surround it." According to the Communists, this allegation means that Cuba enjoys "human rights of the first magnitude." Though they admit that the political system there "could be improved," they demand that any changes come "exclusively from the Cubans."
Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Do these people have their head up their ass...
or up castro's?