Migration reform aimed to grant Cuban nationals the right to go out of the country

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Migration reform aimed to grant Cuban nationals the right to go out of the country

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The Cuban government has put in action a new reform, which has surprised not only Cubans but also the whole international community: A migration reform that is aimed to grant Cuban nationals the right to go out of the country. Is this a sign that the communist government of Cuba is partially renovating its political system? Or is this an indication of weakness? The regime initiated by Fidel Castro after the Cuban Revolution, and now under the wing of his brother, Raul, has faced some challenges that have threatened the stability of this island of the Caribbean. Cuba represents a strong ally of Venezuela, and a strong opposition of the U.S in Latin America, nevertheless its viability as a Nation-State has been many times questioned.

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