Washington, Jun 3 (Prensa Latina) Members of Marti Alliance reportedly analyzed on Monday the US aggressive policies against Cuba and Venezuela.
To the debate held yesterday joined representatives of the Foundation for the Normalization of US-Cuba Relations, the Bolivarian Circle of Miami Negra Hipolita, and the Socialist Workers Party.
The rejected Helms-Burton Act, which codifies the US blockade against Cuba, and the activation of its Title III on May 2 were some of the issues exchanged among the participants in the meeting.
Through this legislative section, US citizens have the possibility of filing lawsuits against individuals and companies, including those of third countries, who invest in Cuban territory on nationalized properties after the triumph of the Revolution on January 1, 1959.
Due to the damages triggered by title III of the Act approved in 1996, not only for Cuba, but also for the US and its allies, such as the European Union and Canada, the predecessors of US President Donald Trump, thwarted its implementation.
The encounter also handled the actions of Washington to destroy the economic and social capabilities of Venezuela, and the refusal of visas to Cubans to avoid emigration and visits to their relatives in the United States.
Likewise, Marti Alliance added the need to mobilize Cuban and Latin American public opinion against Trump’s candidacy for the presidential elections of 2020.