Today’s “Tweet” comes from photographer, writer and blogger Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo and is in reference to the meeting between Cardinal Jaime Ortega and some of the Ladies in White, which took place this thursday 7th of June in Havana:
[TRANSLATION] @OLPL: I’d Wish that the Cardinal would invite the Ladies in White, but to the State Council, to end with so much official intolerance which has been accumulated for decades!
Follow Orlando on Twitter: @OLPL
In the vast majority of cases, Twitter is used freely and frequently throughout the world by all sorts of users. It is a message which is instantaneously published on the internet (which is limited to 140 characters) and deals with any subject which the user wishes to discuss, whether it be social, entertainment, humor, science, politics, commentary, etc. In Cuba, Twitter messages cost users 1 CUC (national currency) each and are only possible through phone text messages, unless the user has access to the internet (a rare Case in Cuba, considering the tight state censorship practiced over the web). In many cases, friends who have joined in solidarity in the exterior of the island help these Twitter users to publish their messages.