Written by Nicanor León Cotayo
The plot includes a letter that five former diplomats sent to President-elect Donald Trump urging him to reverse Obama’s policy toward Cuba.
El Nuevo Herald journalists, Nora Gámez Torres and Patricia Mazzei, wrote in Miami last Wednesday that their aim is to bring down measures geared at “softening the embargo”.
The text –typical of the extremist language– also asks Trump to hinder further collaboration “with Cuban security forces”.
Since then, the signatories show an interesting concern: that business interests hamper their ultra-right aims against Havana.
One can see this when they request Trump to in his first one hundred days of government, cancel as soon as possible the executive orders that lifted restrictions “to do business with the Castro regime”.
The letter was signed by Everett Ellis Briggs, former ambassador to Panama and Honduras, as well as special assistant to George W. Bush at the…
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