From Terra.es (link in Spanish):
This statement was issued in Miami by Igor Blazevic, an activist from “People in Need”, a Czech organization who supports the Cuban internal dissidence, during one of the sessions which took place in the “Meeting about the Transition till Democracy in Cuba”. Several US Senators and political leaders from South America and central and East Europe attended the meeting.
Blazevic said he was “frustrated to see how the Cuban internal oposition has been betrayed by EU many countries” and underlined that “the repression (in Cuba) continues very hard, as the imprisonment because of very minimal causes”. Even considering this, though in Europe it’s widely believed that the civil society does not exist in Cuba, it has experienced a growing process and now it has more image“, he added.
“There is growing sentiment of solidarity towards Cuba”, but ” at the same time there is a “cruel and accomplice silence” from a lot of countries regarding the abuses that happens in everyday life“, stated the US Congressman of Cuban origin Díaz-Balart. Regarding the possible contribution of the Cuban exile to the transition process in Cuba, Díaz-Balart said that the exile has profited from the freedom of the US political system to understand with maturity and serenity” the democratic model.
“We are regarding the end of tyranny”, said Armando Pérez Roura, General Director from the association Unidad Cubana, which groups more than twenty organizations from the Cuban exile.
When referring to Raúl Castro, who is governing Cuba since his brother Fidel was operated last July 31st, Pérez Roura said that the Cuban exile “will not accept succession”, “that will be the same tyranny”.
Manuel Vázquez Portal, Cuban journalist and ex-political prisoner, said that “Cuba can enter a wave of brutal repression” and added that this is a momment for “intelligence, balance and sagacity”.
In the “Who are we?” page from the newspaper they say that it has the “vocation to contribute in the task of making possible and consolidating the open, independent and solidarian spaces by which can flow the wills who are compromised with the promotion and development of the values and principles of democracy in Cuba”.
And one photo that has really astonished me: not having hot water is not a problem: