Less than two weeks after thousands of Cubans took to the streets to protest their authoritarian government, which many Cubans blame for a continual lack of food, medicine and COVID-19 vaccines, the summary trials began.

The Cuban government alleges the trials are meant for minor offenses, cutting down hearing durations and making the courts run more efficiently. But their use against anti-government demonstrators and artists suggests something more sinister.

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