Some 70,000 Cubana have Spanish nationality

HAVANA TIMES, Sept. 7 — Some 70,000 persons in Cuba have Spanish citizenship, among them 17,000 who claimed that status in 2009 through the Law of Historic Memory, known as the law of grandchildren, which “recognizes the injustice represented by the exile of many Spaniards during the Civil War and the Dictatorship” of Francisco Franco (1892-1975), reported IPS.