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Cuba rejects human rights report published in US

Cuba rejects human rights report published in US

Havana, Mar 31 (Prensa Latina) The director of the Center for International Policy of Cuba, Jose Ramon Cabañas, on Wednesday rejected the latest US report on human rights in the world.
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Summarizing, the text released on Tuesday by the State Department, points out that the United States is a paragon of virtues and the rest of the world is in a very bad shape, the former Cuban representative in Washington wrote on Twitter.

‘Terrible start for the cleaning exercise of the battered image left by Trump all over the planet,’ he added.

In another message, Cabañas recalled that the United States is the country ‘with the largest incarcerated population, with more people killed by police brutality and with more indigenous people living in shelters.’

The 43-page report, corresponding to the fiscal year 2020, is the first one published by the Joe Biden administration.

The text accuses the Cuban Government of alleged restrictions on the right to peaceful assembly, as well as religious freedom and human trafficking, among other allegations.

Every year, the document deals with events, corruption cases, denunciations from organizations and conflicts in nearly 200 countries around the world.

For 40 years, the US Congress has enacted a law mandating the Secretary of State to prepare the document and send it to Congress annually.

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