Congressional Frustration in Fidel Castro's Cuba

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Fidel Castro's health is a state secret in Cuba, but acting leader Raul Castro--Fidel's brother--has twice made overtures for negotiations with the United States.  The US has maintained an embargo against its Communist neighbor for almost 50 years, and the current Bush Administration has tightened restriction on travel and remittances sent home by Cuban refugees. Last week, in response to Raul Castro's offers, 10 members of Congress spent three days in Havana. But their request to meet with Raul himself was denied.


William Delahunt - Congressman (D-MA), Oscar Corral - Reporter, Miami Herald, Brian Latell - Florida International University - @FIU, Antonio Jorge - Professor of Political Economy and International Relations

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Vanessa Romo, Dan Konecky, Christian Bordal