Legislation

Resolution of the Central Committee of the Communist Party in Denmark (Kpid).

Who is the terrorist, the United States or Cuba?

The United States has again placed Cuba on the list (invented by themselves) of countries that do not cooperate against terrorism. This could result in an even tighter blockade and other attacks on Cuba.

US courts dismiss US lawsuits against Cuba

South Florida District Judge Robert N. Scola dismissed a lawsuit against Booking, Hotels, Expedia and Orbitz under Title III of the controversial Helms-Burton Act against Cuba, which is currently in force.

U.S. federal judge dismisses Helms-Burton lawsuit against Amazon

U.S. Federal Judge Robert N. Scola dismissed a lawsuit filed against Amazon under Title III of the Helms-Burton Law, which empowers Americans whose property in Cuba was nationalized after 1959 to sue companies that benefit from those assets.

Petition to Canadian Parliament to call for an end to the US blockade against Cuba.

Stéphane Bergeron, Member of Parliament and Foreign Affairs Critic for the Bloc Québécois Party, authorized the registration in the House of Commons of the petition of a Quebec citizen in favour of lifting the US blockade against Cuba.

U.S. agri-business opposes blockade

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The mutual benefits that a normal relationship between the United States and Cuba would bring and opposition to the blockade imposed by the U.S. government were highlighted during the second Bilateral Agricultural Business Conference that took place September 11-13 in Havana. Paul Johnson, co-president of the U.S. Ag Coalition for Cuba, reaffirmed in his remarks that, despite the complex political situation currently existing between the two nations, U.S. citizens involved in agriculture oppose the economic, commercial, financial blockade imposed by the United States government on the island, insisting that commerce with the Cuba would be beneficial for both parties.

US Blockade against Cuba qualifies as an act of genocide

BELGIUM, April 4, 2014. During March 31, April 1st, Belgium headquartered a Conference on the Prevention of Genocide, sponsored by this country’s government to remember the 20 anniversary of Rwanda’s genocide. Cuban was represented by Ambassador Mirtha Hormilla Castro and first secretary at Cuban embassy, Alejandro Fuentes Febles.

Secretary General of United Nations, Ban Ki-moon attended the event as well as 22 ministers of Foreign Affairs, especially from Africa and Europe, judicial experts, academics and representatives from the civil society.