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The thaw in Cuba-U.S. relations and a stagnant economy may be contributing to the increase in public expressions of dissatisfaction with the Cuban government. Experts say the protests are the natural result of a decaying regime. Courtesy: UNPACU, #TodoMarchamos, Mario Vallejo Editing: Mario Mateo
The thaw in Cuba-U.S. relations and a stagnant economy may be contributing to the increase in public expressions of dissatisfaction with the Cuban government. Experts say the protests are the natural result of a decaying regime. Courtesy: UNPACU, #TodoMarchamos, Mario Vallejo Editing: Mario Mateo

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