The fallout continues as the Cuban unrest escalates.
“The vice minister of Cuba’s interior ministry resigned after allegedly questioning the ministry’s security response to anti-government protests across the Communist-ruled island starting Sunday,” reports Breitbart News.
Per Spain’s ABC newspaper
The Vice Minister of the Interior of Cuba, Brigadier General Jesús Manuel burón Tabit, has resigned after questioning decision-making within the ministry and the Security Council, as well as the excessive use of police force to repress the demonstrations of 11 July.
“His departure is motivated by disagreements with other commanders [and] differences with respect to the measures taken during the protests last weekend,” said the report.
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