White House: Easing of Cuba Restrictions The New York Times

WASHINGTON — The White House announced on Monday that it is abandoning longstanding restrictions on family travel, remittances and gifts to Cuba, and is also taking steps to open up telecommunications with the island, a significant shift in policy that fulfills a promise President Obama made during his election campaign.

.... If the Obama administration is reaching out to the Cuban people, it is not reaching out to its leader, Fidel Castro, with whom the United States has been estranged in the half-century that he has been in power.

Mr. Gibbs repeated what Mr. Obama said during the campaign: “There are no better ambassadors for freedom than Cuban-Americans.”

el blog de asuntos cubanos, Penúltimos Días announced it early this morning, mucho antes que todos los demás....

a ver qué pasa ahora, la espera continúa... a gotero... mientras nos seguimos cayendo de ambos lados, como moscas sonsas


Grettel J. Singer said...

la camisa blanca, horita vengo a leer eso, pero te quería decir que estuvo muy buena la nota del sándwich y me alegra la acogida que has tenido.
un beso

Anonymous said...

ya era hora