CCDHRNComisión Cubana de Derechos Humanos y Reconciliación Nacional (Spanish: Cuban Commission for Human Rights and National Reconciliation)
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In a statement distributed to foreign correspondents, Sanchez said the CCDHRN sees it as positive that Torres, the only one of the recruits who is 21 (the minimum age for the death penalty), was not sentenced to die by firing squad.
Meanwhile, Sanchez--who has never personally spoken to Castro--struggles to keep the CCDHRN alive through press conferences, interviews with foreign journalists and support from various NGOs.
The CCDHRN reported 1,320 political prisoners in 1996.