viernes, 6 de octubre de 2017

The dictatorship is overcharging food it is selling



Since hurricane Irma went through Cuba, the people are hungrier and in more hardship, although some countries helped with donations of food, construction materials and home appliances, the people have not seen these donations, and the few times they have, it is because the regime is selling them.

In Bayamo, the government is taking advantage of the food shortage to raise the prices of meat and other food process because it has a monopoly, since the government ordered to shut down private businesses that sold meat, pepperoni, ham and other sausages. The people have no alternative but to buy overpriced good sold by the government.

By Manuel Rogelio Rey Carvajal, Defensor del Pueblo (People’s Defender) and CID Delegate in Bayamo.

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