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16th November 2017, 06:01:01 UTC

Ordinary Cubans perceived to be even subtly critical of life in the country face a future of harassment at work, or unemployment as authorities use their control over the job market as an additional tool of repression, Amnesty International said in a new report today.Your mind is in prison explores how decades of arbitrary use of criminal law sand other unlawful practices including discriminatory and wrongful dismissals from state-employment and further harassment in the emerging self-employed sector translate into a system where even Cubans who are not politically active have to avoid criticizing the government if they want to hold a job.

Read the report