HAVANA TIMES, July 21 — The release of 52 political prisoners announced by the Cuban government aims “to influence the U.S. Congress to ease the embargo and put an end to the travel to Cuba ban,” said Jaime Suchlicki, director of the Institute of Cuban and Cuban-American Studies of the University of Miami. Suchlicki affirmed in a report that Washington should not make any “concession” in response to the measures since this would strengthen the island’s government, reported IPS.
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