29 July, 2019

Success of the Forum “Cuba Decide, Latin America and the Castro threat” at the 49th OAS General Assembly

Cuba Decide conference featuring VP Marta Lucia Ramirez and other dignitaries. the Fundacion para la Democracia Panamericana organized the Forum on Cuba Decide, Latin America and the interference of the Castro’s regime, together with the Red Latinoamericana de Jovenes por la Democracia (Network of Latin American Youth for Democracy). Guests of honor included Marta Lucia Ramirez, Vice President of the Republic of Colombia, Ambassador Carlos Trujillo, Chair of the Permanent Council and the General Committee Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the […]
3 April, 2019

Cuba Decide supports the actions of CANF

CANF INVITES THE MEDIA TO A PRESS CONFERENCE TO ANNOUNCE A PLAN TO PROVIDE HUMANITARIAN AID TO THE VICTIMS OF THE TORNADO IN CUBA The Cuban American National Foundation is inviting the Miami media to a press conference to be held tomorrow, Wednesday, January 30, at 2 pm at our offices, located at 2147 SW 8th St. During this event, we will announce a plan to provide humanitarian aid to the victims of the tornado that recently hit large areas […]
25 February, 2019

Unified call to recognize the illegitimacy of the constitution that is being imposed in Cuba February 25, 2019

The constitutional reform process, that culminated on February 24th, was corrupt from its origin because it was not born of popular consent but comes from a commission formed by the Communist Party of Cuba. This commission is led by General Raul Castro and is composed of members of the National Assembly, none of whom were chosen in free, fair and plural elections by the people of Cuba. The constitutional text is designed to guarantee the power of the Communist Party […]
22 January, 2019

Working Towards a Hemisphere of Freedom: Connecting Democratic Leaders in Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela

Authoritarian regimes in Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela have led to sociopolitical turmoil, economic disruptions, and human rights abuses. From March 2017 to June 2018, over 800,000 Venezuelans fled to Colombia amid political and economic chaos in Caracas. In Costa Rica, nearly 8,000 asylum claims from Nicaraguans were registered between April and July 2018. As many as 23 percent of all Cubans in the U.S. arrived within the last 8 years. These countries are considered three of the four least “free” […]