According to Penultimos Dias, since the Castro regime refuses to accredit correspondents from Spain's largest daily, El Pais, the newspaper has hired a local journalist already based in Havana.
Her name is Yoani Sanchez.
Kudos to El Pais.
Perhaps this will serve as a lesson for all those "journalists" that have jeopardized their integrity to satisfy their dictatorial hosts.
Update: Here's her first article.
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