Cuban human rights activist Rolando Reyes Rabanal, who was one of 53 political prisoners released after the U.S. and Cuba re-established diplomatic relations in December 2014, was arrested Saturday after returning from a visit to Colombia.
Reyes was one of three activists with Foro por Derechos y Libertades (ForoDyL) who attended a human rights event in Bogota, and he was the only one detained upon his return to Havana, according to MartiNoticias.com. (Another five activists had been blocked from attending the conference.)
Reyes was detained by immigration officials at the Havana airport, before he was turned over to State Security.
"It looks like he has been accused of 'public disorder,' but we don't have confirmation because they haven't explained where he is being held or why," said Antonio Rodiles, who heads ForoDyL.
Since his release after President Barack Obama and dictator Raul Castro struck their deal, Reyes has been arrested numerous times because of his participation in the #TodosMarchamos campaign, which has been spearheaded by Foro DyL and the Damas De Blanco ("Ladies In White").
Rodiles said the dictatorship has recently increased its repression against members of the Foro DyL and other activists in the #TodosMarchamos campaign.