sábado, 20 de dezembro de 2014

The community of States of Latin America and the Caribbean and economic cooperation bloc Caricom congratulated the historic announcement of normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba.

But the enthusiasm is not unanimous among the Cuban community in exile in u.s. territory.

Hopeful but skeptical, the owner of a restaurant on the outskirts of Washington who fled Cuba in 1962 explains that what you want is "democracy and freedom to travel" to the Cubans that "If you're not happy, they can depart."

Almost simultaneous interventions of Presidents Raul Castro and Barack Obama offered a new hope of opening to the Communist island's population, but in the United States, many leaders of the Cuban diaspora oppose reconciliation with the Castro regime.

Mike Gonzales, a Cuban conservative and former member of the Bush administration, says that "for years, there was no elections 54 and only a President with the name Castro. For all these reasons, I am saddened by the fact that our Government getting in bed with them. "

The Republican majority in Congress have already made it known that you want to block any significant progress, in particular the end of the embargo in the early 60.

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