The Center for Democracy in the Americas was mentioned in the article “As Trump writes new Cuba rules, anti-embargo politicians present a compromise” by Alex Daugherty, which covered a press conference where Cuban entrepreneurs delivered policy recommendations to the Trump administration. The full article appears in the Miami Herald, and can be accessed here. For a brief excerpt, see below.
Flake was on hand for an announcement on Tuesday by Engage Cuba and the Center of Democracy in the Americas outlining a number of policy recommendations as the White House figures out the nuts and bolts of the Cuba policy announced in June.
Their recommendations include allowing individual people-to-people travel, lifting restrictions on remittances and lifting limitations on bank transactions for Cubans who open U.S. bank accounts.
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