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Cuban Activists Discuss the Diplomatic Normalization with the United States

Cuban Activists Discuss the Diplomatic Normalization with the United
States / 14ymedio
Posted on August 10, 2015

14ymedio, Havana, 10 August 2015 – Under the title “Diplomatic
Normalization and Democratic Normalization,” an even this Monday brought
together some 25 Cuban activists of different points of view. The site
of the meeting was the “Hannah Arendt Institute of Artivism” in Old Havana.

The panel in the morning meeting discussed diplomatic normalization with
the United States and the political dialog that the Cuban government is
holding with the . Specifically, they dealt with “the
effects on the generation strategies of Cuban civil society and the
democratic opposition.”

The event was attended by dissidents and activists from several
organizations, including Juan Antonio Madrazo, Pedro Campos, Laritza
Diversent, Felix Navarro, Jorge Olivera, Tania , Navid
Fernandez, Eroisis Gonzalez, Boris Gonzalez and Lilianne Ruiz, among others.

The meeting took place a few days before the Secretary of State of the
United States, John Kerry, will come to Havana to attend the reopening
ceremony of the embassy of that country in Cuban territory. So far
Kerry’s agenda on the island has not been made public, nor is it known
whether it will include a meeting with activists and government opponents.

Source: Cuban Activists Discuss the Diplomatic Normalization with the
United States / 14ymedio | Translating Cuba –
http://translatingcuba.com/cuban-activists-discuss-the-diplomatic-normalization-with-the-united-states-14ymedio/

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