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Too negative, the regime says. Too much time spent covering the views of "mercenaries".
We will have to wait for a response to this surprisingly even-handed feature article from the BBC, which appears today on its website.
Written by Duncan Kennedy, the article includes the regulatory quotes from supposedly ordinary Cubans happily praising Castro - supposedly without prompting.
But at least Kennedy also interviews Miriam Leyva and her husband, Oscar, former high-ranking Communist loyalists turned dissidents.
And he acknowledges the obvious: given the tight control exercised by the regime, the number of Cubans who oppose Castro is hard to gauge because "only a few do speak out".