Members of the Cuban Libertarian Party were arrested this week without warrant or cause, a party spokesperson reported.
On Wednesday, May 31, three members of the Cuban State Security Forces arrived at the Benjamin Franklin Libertarian Library in Havana to accuse members of the Cuban Libertarian Party of disorderly conduct.
"We were threatened and accused of public disorder, which is false," said Nelson Rodriguez Chartrand, Spokesman for the Cuban Libertarian Party, who is also a contributor to The PanAm Post. "We were inside the house, completely silent and we were inside our private property. They said we could not leave the house or let anyone in."