Another Dissident Denied a Passport

Thursday, February 14, 2013
As predicted, the Castro regime has no intention of eliminating its exit restrictions for Cubans.

It has simply transferred the review process (and cost)  -- of whom it will arbitrarily allow to travel -- from the infamous "white card" to a new passport.

And while it first granted passports to a couple of dissidents to capture some headlines, it continues to deny others.

Today, it denied a passport to independent journalist Ivan Hernandez Carrillo, for so-called reasons of "public interest."

Others who have been recently denied a passport include Ladies in White member Gisela Delgado, and pro-democracy leaders Angel Moya and Jose Daniel Ferrer.

More "reform" you can't believe in.