In the wake of the July protests and the arrests which followed, Mr García set up a group on Facebook called Archipiélago, which sought official permission to organise peaceful demonstrations in the Cuban capital, Havana, and other cities to demand “rights for all Cubans” and the release of political prisoners.

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