Cuba Doesn’t Expect Big Changes with Obama

HAVANA TIMES, Dec.17.- Cuba does not expect “big change” when Barack Obama takes office on January 20, said Ricardo Alarcon, president of the Cuban parliament, in statements to Mexico’s La Jornada newspaper. Alarcon said dialogue with the Obama administration would be possible if it shows an inclination for multilateralism and adopts a more modest and peaceful approach, reported IPS.

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