Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Cuba and the Dominican Left

HAVANA TIMES — The Dominican Republic’s Constitutional Court’s recent xenophobic and discriminatory decision of depriving thousands of Haitian-born immigrants of their Dominican nationality had a collateral upside to it: that of gathering the most valuable members of Dominican society – intellectuals, activists and common citizens – in a single resistance front.

Bravely, these individuals and organizations have publicly condemned the ultra-nationalist sectors of the country’s most reactionary Right and have confronted the fascist-like threats (including calls for their death and ostracism) with the utmost dignity.

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