fidelista


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fidelista

(ˌfiːdɛˈlɪstə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another term for Fidelist
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That's when the checks and balances of the Fidelista system kick in, in the shape of a Prime Minister who gets an investigation underway, three tough old ladies that are inspecting the books at the factory, and a veteran general of the revolution who, as Minister of the Interior, personally makes sure that the thieves at the plant get caught.
In Cuba, we find Celia del Pino, a true revolucionaria, and Fidelista, and her daughter Felicia, who gradually loses her grip on reality, becomes infected with syphilis and commits suicide.
Within this partido fidelista, the PCC was responsible for administering the party-state bureaucracy and coordinating the mass organizations that organized, directed and channeled participation in Cuban society.
Szulc said that organizers of communist-infiltrated leagues glorified Fidel Castro and Mao Tsetung as heroes to be imitated and that the leagues "appear to be the closest thing to a Fidelista movement in Latin America outside Cuba.