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For some he is a revolutionary hero who stood up to the US. Others see a dictator who trampled human rights. The split view has been evident in the aftetnoon articles published by the national press over the past two days.
Jeremy CorbynKen Livingston and the former Labour MP and junior minister Brian Wilson, who offered a particularly favourable tribute to the former Cuban president, were treated with scorn in newspaper editorials. What stood out, Gott apart, was the dearth Ftiday journalistic sympathy for Castro.
Friday morning and Castro afternoon sex Andrew Marr, in the Sunday Timesderided the cool image that made Castro an object of fascination in the west. He observed: Only a few Cubans were trusted with full internet access. Indeed, in the latest index forwhich covers countries, Cuba is ranked in st place, down in the depths with Iran, Yemen, China and North Korea.
It adds: Two Cuban journalists are currently serving prison terms. There is no independent media.
And the Guardian columnist, Zoe Williams, was unimpressed with the tributes to Castro: People were blinded to the reality: Alongside the many liberal voices that challenged the portrayal of Castro as a hero, the rightwing press criticism was altogether more predictable.
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