Human Rights in Cuba, conquest of the Revolution

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Published on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 08:30
Written by By Yarisleidy Cabrera
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Many people try to silence or misrepresent, especially the enemies of human rights in Cuba, a small country blocked that does not skimp material and human resources for other nations citizens have access to education, health and a decent life.

Cubans have grounds to believe that their rights deserve attention, especially human rights.

Today when the country updates its economic model a few days to celebrate the 56 anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, health, education, sports and culture, maintain the guarantees thanks to the political and economic will of the state.


At the end of the third quarter of 2014, the infant mortality rate did not exceed 4.2 per thousand live births, the lowest rate in history similar to developed countries. Life expectancy is 78, 45, 80 for women and 76 for men.

The vaccination program benefits hundred percent of children and are protected against 13 diseases, provided free of charge.


For its part, the Program of Primary Health Care powers the medical clinics provides comprehensive care consultations, consults, fieldwork and household income.


Here one child in the mountains, or in any remote area has a school, your computer, your TV, VHS / DVD ... to receive knowledge, and at distant sites powered by solar panels over two thousand classrooms.

The sectors of culture and sport have each year a budget more than 200 million pesos, both for the development of high performance athletes as the massive practice.


There are only four areas of development for any country: education, health, sports and culture. How much does a country? The value of its men and women.


And repeatedly occasion alluded the former President of the National Assembly of People's Power of Cuba, Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada: "... the case of Cuba, NO could be in silence, the situation of human rights in this small country blocked due and must be known by everyone.

Translated by Ada Iris Guerrero