Cuba: Job sector, a tool of repression as perceived critics face jobless life – Amnesty International

November 16, 2017

Cuba: Job sector, a tool of repression as perceived critics face jobless life
Amnesty International
He said he was given 20 days to find another job, because otherwise the police said they would charge him with “dangerousness” for not working. He found it impossible to find another job, as everywhere he went potential employers told him he was a …

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