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Ecuador signs deal with Cuba’s Castro dictatorship to purchase 1,000 Cuban slaves

Ecuador's dictator Rafael Correa has joined with Brazil's Dilma Rousseff as one of the Castro dictatorship's top buyers of Cuban slave labor. During his visit to Havana this weekend, Correa announced the purchase of 1,000 enslaved Cuban doctors from the Castro dictatorship who will be imported into Ecuador to work as medical slaves.

Via Ecuador's La Republica (my translation):

Correa announces he will bring 1,000 Cuban doctors to Ecuador

Correa y Castro sept 21

During his Saturday visit today, president Rafael Correa announced plans to bring 1,000 Cuban doctors with different specialties to Ecuador at an annual cost of $30 million.

According to the leader, the objective is to have these doctors work in the poor neighborhoods providing "general family and preventive medical care."

Read the entire report (in Spanish) HERE.

H/T Maggie P.

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