Cuban government to take action against pharmaceutical company
The Cuban government has said it will take disciplinary action against a state pharmaceutical company that created perfumes named Ernesto Che Guevara and Hugo Chavez.
In a statement in the official Granma newspaper, the government described the project as "a serious error".
The colognes were unveiled on Thursday by a state laboratory in the capital, Havana.
Guevara is an an Argentine-born revolutionary who helped Fidel Castro take over in Cuba in 1959.
Chavez was a close ally of the Cuban government and a friend of former leader Fidel Castro
The perfumes were mocked on social networks and criticised by supporters of the Cuban Revolution, who consider them disrespectful.
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