The executive order allows the president to use national emergency resources to fight the threat, such as enforcing sanctions against the country.
In March, Barack Obama became the first U.S. president to visit Cuba in 88 years. | Photo: Reuters
Consistent with their new strategy of planning and working for regime change in Cuba through indirect and covert means, the US government, through President Obama, has extended for another year economic sanctions against Cuba despite abstaining recently in the vote to end the blockade at the General Assembly of the United Nations.
A national emergency
The United States declared a national emergency to deal with perceived “threats” in Cuba and Venezuela on Friday, along with Iran, Libya, Ukraine, Zimbabwe and countries Washington claims “support terrorism.” The declarations effectively extend for another year economic sanctions already in place.
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