The Cuban authorities has been accused of censoring textual content communications that oppose the nation’s new proposed structure.

The Cuban public will resolve in a referendum Feb. 24 whether or not to approve the proposal, which might replace the Chilly Warfare-era structure.

However not everyone seems to be on board with the brand new model, as it will pave the best way for the legalization of same-sex marriage and wouldn’t overhaul the nation’s socialist financial system or embrace non-public property.

Some have accused the federal government, which is backing the proposed structure, of rigging the controversy and the upcoming vote.

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Eduardo Sánchez, 23, instructed Miami’s WPLG-TV that the alleged suppression of textual content messages first unfold by the phrase of mouth.

However then he tried to check the allegations by himself to search out out whether or not the Cuban authorities was participating in censorship.

He claims that solely optimistic messages concerning the structure, with hashtags like #YoVotoSi (I Vote Sure) and #SomosContinuidad (We Are Continuity), have been really delivered to recipients.

In the meantime, damaging messages or texts that say #Abstencion (Abstention) have been reportedly blocked.

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“It is a absolutely authorized referendum, a totally authorized state-organized referendum and folks ought to be allowed to vote for, towards and even abstain,” Sanchez instructed the outlet, saying the state-run telecommunications firm ought to work for the folks.

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Social media and textual content messages have gotten the brand new problem of communist governments around the globe to comprise the unfold of concepts that might trigger upheaval towards the federal government.

In China, younger adults are going through intimidation and detention for the crime of posting on Twitter, with one man spending 15 days in a detention middle for utilizing the platform blocked within the nation, the New York Occasions reported.

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In an obvious crackdown on unapproved social media use, Chinese language authorities detaining and interrogating an growing variety of Twitter customers.

“If we hand over Twitter, we’re shedding one among our final locations to talk,” Wang Aizhong, a human-rights activist, instructed the newspaper.

He stated the police requested him to delete posts that criticized the federal government. After refusing to observe the order, he claimed a government-affiliated hacker despatched him a backup code supposedly from Twitter that deleted his 3,000 tweets.

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