Live. But not in Havana.
But one observation comes to mind.
Instead of taking Cubans into his confidence, Castro rings the head of state of another country to discuss his health and his supposed recovery. And he uses the opportunity to send a message to Cubans to “remain calm” and "be patient".
Now, the question is this: Why doesn’t Castro talk to his own people? Why doesn't he ring a radio station in Havana? After all, his regime controls all the media outlets on the island. Doesn’t he trust Cubans?
It’s bizarre, to say the least.