The Cuban writer and blogger, Angel Santiesteban-Prats, imprisoned since 2013 by the Castro brothers’ regime, spoke from prison in an exclusive interview with “Zoom to the News” of NTN24.
The dissident, who is serving a sentence of five years for supposed charges of inter-family violence, criticized the Castro regime and said “I don’t believe in the alleged intention of political opening.”
He even claimed that “as in my case, the Castros are using civil crimes to imprison their opponents.”
“In no moment will there be an opening for a national consensus”: Santiesteban.
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Translated by Regina Anavy
6 May 2014