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Castro, Defiant In Face of Bush Speech

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Castro, Defiant In Face of Bush Speech

Mensaje por Wajiro el Miér Oct 24, 2007 2:00 pm

Castro, Cuba defiant in face of Bush speech

The Associated Press
Published: October 24, 2007










HAVANA: Ailing leader Fidel Castro rejected U.S. President George W. Bush's call for change in Cuba even before it was delivered Wednesday, saying Havana's communist government and citizens — not Washington — will determine their political future.
"Bush is obsessed with Cuba," wrote Castro, who addressed the U.S. leader directly in one of his recent essays: "Don't attack others, don't threaten humanity with nuclear war. People will defend themselves, and in that inferno we will all perish."
In remarks prepared for delivery Wednesday, in his first standalone address on Cuba in four years, Bush looks ahead to a post-Castro Cuba where people choose a representative government and enjoy basic freedoms, with support from a broad international coalition.
Castro, who temporarily ceded power to his constitutional successor and brother Raul in July 2006 after undergoing intestinal surgery, has not been seen in public for more than a year, and it is unclear whether he will return to power.
Washington's decades-old economic embargo on Cuba chokes off most trade between the two countries. Bush will ask Congress to maintain the embargo, which has come under scrutiny and calls for reassessment from some lawmakers. By U.S. law — the Helms-Burton Act — the embargo is not supposed to be lifted as long as Fidel or Raul Castro is in power.
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Re: Castro, Defiant In Face of Bush Speech

Mensaje por Huésped el Miér Oct 24, 2007 5:09 pm

Fidel Castro? Do they Press in Hell? :lol!::lol!:

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