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Yoani Sanchez rejects the unconditional lifting of U.S. sanctions against the Castro dictatorship

This is sure to give the crowd of usual suspects an excruciating case of indigestion.

Via Capitol Hill Cubans:

Yoani Rejects Unconditional Lifting of Sanctions

In an interview with TV Marti, Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez clarified that she supports the lifting of U.S. sanctions -- but not without pre-conditions.

Q:  Are you in favor of lifting the embargo without conditions?

Yoani: I am not if favor of that, I think that it is clear that there should be conditions [for the lifting the embargo] and that there should be a long process of debate before doing so.

Moreover, she stated her satisfaction in meeting with U.S. Senators Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) and their understanding of the need to help the Cuban people find ways to freely access the Internet.

See the video of her remarks HERE.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-ijG3AQbIS5g/TXPcGYVXVfI/AAAAAAAAAIE/zUecSSgXHLg/s1600/yoani.jpg

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