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July 04, 2014 AT 9:44 AM
A magazine editor who has tested the limits of free speech in Cuba believes the Cuban government has no option but to allow universal Internet access, and he plans to exploit that opening to promote a more pluralistic Cuba. "The government is obligated to allow it because the country's development demands it," Roberto Veiga told Reuters in an interview on Friday. "The government is aware it has to make political openings.