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UNICEF confirms that Cuba is the only country in Latin America and the Caribbean that has eliminated the Cira Rodriguez Cesarchild malnutrition Prensa Latina Theexistence in the developing world 146 million children under five years underweight, contrastswith the reality of Cuban infants, recognized worldwide forbeingoutside the social evil. These alarming figures appeared in a recent report by the United Nations Fund for Children (UNICEF), entitled Progress for Children, A Report Card onNutrition, released at UN headquarters. According to the document, the percentage of underweight children are 28 percent in Sub-Saharan Africa, 17 in the Middle Eastand North Africa, 15 in East Asia and the Pacific and seven in Latin America and the Caribbean. The table is completed by Central and EasternEurope, with five percent,and other developing countries, with 27percent.

Cuba is in my personal opinion one of the great dilemmas of thepresent dilemma because it isdifficult to imagine a dictatorshipwith strong support of its population, so it is difficult to imagine how a country like Cuba who has years of economic blockademay beone of countries with the highest human developmentindex according to UN sources oficiles. I endorse the conflict in a dictatorship and recognize their greatachievements in education, health and quality of life, and secondly I can not help condemning the dictatorial regimes that concentrate power in one man or oneparty, the dictatorships do not bring fond memories to anyone, except remember the bloody dictatorships in Latin America such as Chile and Argentina, just as a sign of many more.
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