OAS Chief Wants Cuba Included

HAVANA TIMES, April 17 – Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) José Miguel Insulza announced in statements to the press Friday in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, that he would propose next month to annul the 1962 resolution that suspended Cuba’s membership in that organization, reported IPS.

Cuba has to date not been overjoyed by the suggestion. It’s position has been that the OAS is a spent organization due to its decades of subservience to the Unites States and its interests.



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  • I agree however, there is more at stake now than my Country Cuba being slightes. To me the real question is how far can Fidel be pushed?
    Cuba has no problem attracting investors from Europe,tourism is high and will be higher now that Obama has changed a few rules.
    As has been stated above and here .>It’s position has been that the OAS is a spent organization due to its decades of subservience to the Unites States and its interests.
    So my question is what do the castros bros have to lose?..Well i can tel you what the people have to lose and that is what they have always lost. DIGNITY,and knowledge that they are PEOPLE with thoughts feelings skills and rights.
    I am a dedicated Cuban who loves my country, however there are things that must change..and soon

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