Vía Guillermo Milán from ‘Cuba Democracia y Vida’: This video, in my opinion, captures one of the best interviews with Rosa Maria Paya since she’s been outside of Cuba. As she has bravely done on each opportunity presented, the young Cuban took advantage of her air time on the Spanish show “Los Desayunos” to demand an independent and transparent investigation of the events which led to the death of her father Oswaldo Paya and the youth activist Harold Cepero on July of 2012. She also highlighted that her family lives under constant death threats made by Cuban State Security (her father also lived like that),the repression faced by the opposition movement, and other subjects such as Venezuela and the apathy of many Spanish politicians towards the case of her father and of Cuba in general.
Rosa Maria finalizes the interview asking the international community to ignore the “marketing” of the Cuban government and to look inside, to that ‘deep’ and real Cuba, where countless people are “struggling to live like any one else in a country where rights are guaranteed and respected”.
Check out the video here: