Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega hopes that in the very near future, another batch of Cuban political prisoners will gain much-desired freedom. So, after the completion of the Christmas concert, which took place in the Havana Cathedral, Jaime Ortega said that the Cuban authorities would fulfill their promise to the end and release all remaining dissidents from prisons. Recall that seven years have passed since the day when 75 dissidents were arrested by the authorities of the island state during a police raid. This event caused a wave of indignation on the part of human rights activists around the world. As their justification, the Cuban authorities said that the arrested dissidents were none other than “mercenaries” of the West who were actively working to undermine the government of the Castro brothers. A few years later, 23 of the 75 Cubans arrested at the time were released on health grounds. The Cuban government promised to release the remaining 52 prisoners this summer. After 40 of the 52 people were released and then deported to Spain, the release process suddenly stalled. The reason for the stop was the unwillingness of the majority of political prisoners to leave their homeland.
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Despite the fact that the so-called deadline for the release of political prisoners has already passed on November 7, the Cuban government is still going to grant them freedom. The first sign was Arnaldo Ramos – the first prisoner who, after being released from prison, was allowed to remain in Cuba. True, no such decision has yet been made with respect to the rest of the dissidents. According to regime fighters and dissidents, the current Cuban government respects neither human rights nor political and civil liberties, which, in particular, are freedom of the press, speech and assembly. They also note that today, according to independent human rights organizations, 219 prisoners of conscience continue to remain in Cuban prisons.