Greater crackdown on black market

La Jornada (Mexico) reports Cuba’s black market “could place in jeopardy the revolution’s very existence,” whereby the national police has hardened its vigilance against the underground economy which could become a high priority mission, according to an official communique released Sunday.

“There is a war without barracks against illegalities and crime,” the unsigned communique published in the Havana weekly Tribuna.

Reported were raids executed in the last two months in the capital including operations against 100 factories, 60 shops and 200 clandestine warehouses.

The campaign started in September in the aftermath of the hurricanes including a system of searching passengers in police checkpoints throughout roadways.

[H/T: La Nueva Cuba]


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