HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 4 – Some 150,000 persons in Cuba (1.3% of the total population) could obtain Spanish nationality in the next three years thanks to the so-called Grandchildren’s Law, which recognizes that status for descendants of emigrants from the European country, affirmed Spain’s El País daily, which cited consular sources.  It is estimated that the island, with 11.2 million inhabitants, is the nation where there will be the most applications, reported IPS.


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