Recognition of religion or belief in Cuba
According to the SRR, conditions for RoRB in the Republic of Cuba are classified terminal.
Cuba espouses state atheism.
The Communist Party of Cuba controls the majority of religious activity in the country and the government is subordinate to the Party.
Recognition and registration are amalgamated rather than ideally differentiated; legal registration is primarily focused on yet achieving registration does not grant the group capacity to conduct its activities freely without government interjection.
The government stipulates broad and vague terms as to what a religious group must follow in order to easily accuse them of breaking such stipulations as then a means of deregistering them.
The rule of mandatory registration violates the Bielefeldt provision; other aspects of the Cuban system also violate various aspects of the Durham principles.
Subjective language in the legislation is widespread, making it easy for the government to manipulate the legislation to restrict religious activity.
Horizontal recognition is in effect.
Complete dismantlement of the restrictive policies and registration requirements, primarily the mandatory registration rule and excessive informational requirements.
End all means of violence to maintain restrictions.
Country or territory