Radio Cadena Agramonte
Monday, July 22, 2019

Opinion


  • Chile, between Pinochet and human rights violators

    Chile, between Pinochet and human rights violators

    By Fausto Triana

    Santiago de Chile, Oct 15. -The chapters related to the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet are recurrent in Chile, many times to remember the victims of the Military Junta and others to venerate violators of human rights.

  • Camagüey from the sacred altitude of its cathedral (+ Photos)

    Camagüey from the sacred altitude of its cathedral (+ Photos)

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano \Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    It was necessary to go up to the viewpoint of the cathedral of Camagüey. Once above we forgot the fatigue and dizziness that the stairs caused us as we went upstairs. We breathed and filled with satisfaction a city was shown with almost 505 years old, just as beautiful but closer to heaven.

  • Aborigine, black and white: a singular DNA

    Aborigine, black and white: a singular DNA

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    At last they came to the wrong India in search of wealth. They found an unknown island, the most beautiful land that human eyes had seen: Cuba.

  • Let’s take care of our girl child’s inner beauty

    Let’s take care of our girl child’s inner beauty

    By Mariela Peña Seguí/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Many times we do not realize, but we kill the innocence stepwise and it is meant by innocence in this case the candor and simplicity, two qualities typical of childhood.

  • The bells of liberty

    The bells of liberty

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    October 10th, 1868 was the definitive day to begin the fight. By that time, Francisco Maceo Osorio witnessed an Iberian Lieutenant Colonel punishing a Cuban child for mere mischief in the square of the Main Church of Bayamo.

  • Noise, invisible enemy

    Noise, invisible enemy

    By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Anita wanted to put down to sleep her two girls because it was past 10 pm but it was impossible. Néstor, her in front-neighbor, celebrated "something" and he had installed a loudspeaker at full volume in the portal.

  • Santa Ifigenia: sacred altar of the nation (+Photos)

    Santa Ifigenia: sacred altar of the nation (+Photos)

    Santiago de Cuba counts with many museums and places to approach the history and its protagonists; spaces that move us to a glorious past and summon to the reflection on what we are today. But it is perhaps Santa Ifigenia cemetery, founded in 1868 and considered an open-air museum, one of the most valuable ones, because it contains the last abodes of worthy men and women.

  • Raúl Sendic returns to Uruguay's electoral round

    Raúl Sendic returns to Uruguay's electoral round

    Montevideo, Oct 8. -Former deputy president of Uruguay, Raúl Sendic, returns today to electoral round as candidate to Senator, saying he is rebuilding his political life.

  • Let’s also talk about the animal protection law

    Let’s also talk about the animal protection law

    By Dione Ramos González/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    With the consultation of the Draft Constitution, there are many issues that cause debates and diverse opinions throughout Cuba; however, the proposal for an animal protection law has not had the necessary impact.

  • Communist Party of Cuba: the society’s guide and bulwark

    Communist Party of Cuba: the society’s guide and bulwark

    By Martha Gómez Ferrals/ Cuban News Agency

    On October 3rd, 1965 a transcendental event occurred in the then Charles Chaplin Theater, then called Karl Marx: the presentation of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), created after a process that had joined the three political organizations of more decisive contribution in the emancipatory struggles and for the social justice of the territory since 1961.