Cuban Regime Deprives Citizens of Basic Shop Items

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The undercover video published by Unión Patriótica de Cuba (Patriotic Union of Cubans), the largest dissident organization on the Island, shows Cuban dictator’s Raúl Castro regime police confiscating shopping items from the self-employed-run shop in the district of the Old Havana.

A unique video footage titled: “Confiscation of the industrial products sold by self-employed changes into a protest in Old Havana” shows a four armed Cuban police officers in grey and green uniforms that hold several customers at a distance from the shop. Another armed policeman is watching the street and the pavement from the back of the truck parked opposite of the shop.

A young girl and a young boy trying approach the shop are being stopped by the armed police. The published video also shows that the Cuban customers gathered on the street where the regime police is confiscating shop items start to spontaneously shouting: “Murderers”, “Down with Fidel”.

A confiscation of shop items, that the Western readers may find hard to understand, has been practiced by the current Castro regime. The “law of Revolution” prohibits Cubans from owning and trading with any shop items without a prior permission of “the people’s committee” that is a local branch of the regime’s secret police.


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