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Senator Marco Rubio Comments On Administration’s Announced Changes To Cuba Regulations
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marco Rubio issued the following
statement on today’s Obama Administration announcement to ease
regulations regarding travel and remittances to Cuba:
“I strongly oppose any new changes that weaken U.S. policy towards Cuba.
I was opposed to the changes that have already been made by this
administration and I oppose these new changes. I believe that what does
need to change are the Cuban regime’s repressive policies towards the
independent press and labor unions, its imprisonment of political
prisoners and constant harassment of citizens with dissenting views, and
its refusal to allow free multi-party elections. It is unthinkable
that the administration would enable the enrichment of a Cuban regime
that routinely violates the basic human rights and dignity of its