She is the leader of the Cuba Decide initiative, which raises a plebiscite in the Caribbean country to go towards a democratic government, in line with the work of her father, Oswaldo Payá, one of the main opponents of the Castro.
The night will not be eternal. This is the title of the book that the Cuban dissident Rosa María Payá is presenting in Uruguay.
This activist is the daughter of Oswaldo Payá, one of the most high profile opponents of the Castro regime, who died in 2012 in a traffic accident that, according to his relatives, was a murder.
Rosa Maria not only continues her father’s path with this book, but also promotes the Cuba Decide initiative, which seeks to hold a plebiscite to achieve the transition towards a democratic government. To discuss all this, In Perspective he received it in his study.
Source: En Perspectiva