Cuba: 11 remain in detention following government crackdown on dissent during the Ibero-American Summit in Havana
This document contains brief details of the cases of 11 people who remain in detention following a government crackdown on dissidence around the time of the Ibero-American Summit in November 1999.Amnesty International is concerned that nine of them are prisoners of conscience and that the two others are possible prisoners of conscience, all of whom may be subjected to harsh prison sentences.
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