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Anti-governmental signs appear on major Cuban highway
By Luis Esteban Espinosa
CIEGO DE AVILA, Cuba, December 18th, 2006 – More than 300 signs reading “I want change; I do not cooperate” were placed on posts and walls along the main highway, Aguada de Pasajeros.
According to Bernardo Rogelio Arévalo Padrón, director of Linea Sur Press, and independent news agency, numerous stickers appeared in the street on December 8th, the last day of carnivals.
Arévalo Padrón said that State Security proceeded to remove the stickers and “frenetically searched” for the culprit. As a result, Francisco Diosdado Suárez Landa, an activist of the Cuban Human Rights Foundation was briefly arrested on December 13th.
(Published in www.cubanet.org)