It’s an article published by the Castro regime’s propaganda sheet, Granma, explaining in great details the legal rights of Cubans when it comes to the privacy of their mail.
Without even a hint of irony, the reporter tells readers that one of the fundamental rights “granted by the Revolution” to its citizens is the right to absolute privacy when it comes to communicating by letter.
In other words, the post is inviolable. Sacrosanct.
Which will come as something of a shock to Cubans, most of whom are under the impression that just like in the old East Germany, their letters are often intercepted, opened and read by State security officials at will. same with telephone conversations. And emails.
Sadly, the article is only available in Spanish.