Related Rule
Cuba
Practice Relating to Rule 160. Statutes of Limitation
Cuba’s Penal Code (1987) states that its provisions regarding statutes of limitation for penal action “do not apply to cases for which the law foresees the death penalty and to crimes against humanity”. 
Cuba, Penal Code, 1987, Article 64(5).
The Code adds that its provisions regarding statutes of limitation for punishment “do not apply with respect to crimes against humanity”. 
Cuba, Penal Code, 1987, Article 65(5).
In 2010, in its second periodic report to the Committee against Torture, Cuba stated:
Article 64 of the Criminal Code establishes the statute of limitations under Cuban criminal law, which ranges from three to 25 years. Crimes against humanity carry no statute of limitations. The statute of limitations under criminal law is also applicable to military jurisdictions. 
Cuba, Second periodic report to the Committee against Torture, 22 March 2011, UN Doc. CAT/C/CUB/2, submitted 18 January 2010, § 110.