By Edward Gonzalez
Examines the sociopolitical legacy and financial demanding situations that would face a post-Castro goverment and the Cuban humans themselves within the period after Castro.
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For a summary and update, see Cuba Transition Project (2003c). 7 Headed by Libya, the 53-member Commission on April 29, 2003, reelected Cuba to a three-year term as part of the six-country slate selected by Latin America. N. human rights observer––a request that Havana later rejected. The Commission defeated a stronger amendment that re ferred to Havana’s recent crackdown and that called for the release of the more than 75 imprisoned dissidents. N. S. exchanges to the island as of June 1, 2003.
However, Castro’s communist successors are unlikely to provide them with satisfaction on either score. S. Coast Guard had jumped to 1,178 compared with 666 for the entire 12-month period from October 1, 2001, through September 30, 2002 (Dahlburg, 2003, p. A-15). Castro’s Political Legacies: Caudilloism and Totalitarianism 29 population. Without a democratic transition, therefore, prospects for national reconciliation are dim, with the result that a communist successor regime will likely have to preside over a divided Cuba.
The Commission defeated a stronger amendment that re ferred to Havana’s recent crackdown and that called for the release of the more than 75 imprisoned dissidents. N. S. exchanges to the island as of June 1, 2003. On June 6, the European Union (EU) froze further consideration of the trade and aid pact with Cuba, limited high-level government visits to the island, and invited Cuban dissidents to Europe. On June 24, the Paris-based Reporters Without Borders issued a stinging indictment of the regime, charging that with its earlier imprisonment of four independent journalists, Cuba had now become “the world’s biggest prison for members of the press” (Reporters Without Borders, 2003a, p.