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Cuban Government Documents

Laws, Propaganda & Formerly Classified Materials
The following documents contain information from Cuba pertaining to its relations with the United States and other nations.

While sparse now, the library is constantly expanding so check back often. If you would like to see a document posted, or have one to contribute, please contact me.

An archive of documents by Assembly of People's Power President Ricardo Alarcón, Foreign Minister Felipe Pérez, and Secretary of the Executive Committee of the Council of Ministers Carlos Lage are available in Spanish at

Star 1976 Constitution with 1992 Reforms. This is currently only available in Spanish. I am actively looking for an English translation.
Star "The Most Extensive Dispute of the Contemporary Era." Written by Lázaro Barredo Medina and printed by the Publicity and Printing sections of the Support Services Department of the National Assembly of People's Power, April 1997. This document was picked up from a visit to an Assembly of People's Power meeting in the suburbs west of Havana in June of 1998.

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» "No me mandes muchos hombres. Mandame pocos, pero que sean muy buenos." - "Don't send me many men. Send me a few, but let them be very good."
» Ernesto 'Che' Guevara
Last message ever written by Che to Fidel Castro, from Bolivia, in answer to Fidel's offer for weapons, equipment, and all the men he needed for the spreading of the revolution throughout South America. [submitted by Carlos Isoard Freyssinier]

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» José Martí
Cuban national hero; noted poet, writer, speaker, and journalist; founded Cuban Revolutionary Party in 1892 to fight Spanish rule and oppose US plans; launched 1895 independence war; killed in battle.