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US supports referendum result but reiterates: undemocratic nature of regime has not changed

US supports referendum result but reiterates: undemocratic nature of regime has not changed

American Embassy Sunday’s referendum in Havana celebrated “the decision of the Cuban people to support marriage equality and adoption privileges for all families”.

However, diplomatic headquarters insisted that this does not change. “undemocratic nature” of Cuban rule.

“The Cuban people deserve to be respected for all their human rights and their capacity for democratic choice in all walks of life,” the embassy said in a message posted on Twitter on Monday.

Similarly, senior researcher see human rightsJuan Papier, who announced he was satisfied with SI’s victory in Sunday’s referendum in Cuba, as the new family code would allow same-sex marriage.

However, he also emphasized that Cuba still does not have basic rights such as being able to vote freely in presidential elections.

Papier said on Twitter that he hoped the Cuban people would one day be able to exercise their right to vote in a free and fair presidential election.

news paper Washington BladeWhich reports on issues of the LGBTI community, reported that Cuba has now joined a group of Latin American countries that accept same-sex marriage: Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Mexico. Ciudad and various Mexican states.

The Washington Blade in its article highlighted that the Cuban government, after 1959, sent gay men and others to labor camps (UMAPs), and by 1993 it forcibly confined AIDS patients to state sanatoriums.

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