Cuba new reform

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Catalina Andrea Luna Andonegui A01330796
Social Sciences
Objectivity in Social Sciences
Group 31

These three articles talk about the economical changes happening at Cuba. The governmentapproved Cubans to do some private labors that used to be completely under the state power. Also, people in Cuba receive money from their relatives in Miami, supposedly this was not allowed but PresidentObama established a new policy letting Cuban-Americans visit the island whenever they want, and send unlimited remittances to relatives.

The article written by Alejandro Armengol “Democracia yCapitalísmo en Cuba” makes a critic about how the socialism has fail. It says that even though deported Cubans living in Miami tried to convince the U.S.A. to intervine in the political situation of Cubawith no results, the Cuban people will do something by themselves to change their situation and a new generation will change their fate.

The New York Times article “Cubans Set for Big Change: Rightto Buy Homes” describes how people are reacting to this new economical reform. The article says that people were really looking forward to this change, but the government wont let them progresssmoothly.
“DATOS-Principales riesgos políticos a observar en Cuba” specifies the numbers of people making changes with the new policy. It says that a lot of people had opened private business. Thegovernment thought they wouldn’t last long, but actually more and more people are opening new business. It also says that the government is planning to open some secretaries of state to for the newentrepreneurs.
In my opinion the article that describes the best the situation is the one from Reuters América Latina, because it says both sides of the happening. In one place it says that Cuban people reallyliked the change but it also comments how the government is helping this people to achieve their goals.
Although the article from the New York Times has lots of interviews and exact data, it only...
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