In Cuba, people say, bureaucratic attitudes respond with a problem for every solution, with a "no" to a "yes." They dilute every initiative in papers and meetings. And they see reality through the color of their windowpanes, or from their balconies, usually high and distant from the street or the factories. Or through reports that are usually adulterated by those who do not wish their errors to be known.
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