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Migration ‘reforms’ in Cuba spark travel by 184,000 Cubans, more than half have not returned

Apparently, those wonderful, magnificent reforms of Cuba's benevolent and munificent dictator Raul Castro, which are making life so divinely fantastic on the island, was lost on more than half of the Cubans who were allowed to travel outside the island this year.

Via Café Fuerte (my translation):

More than 184,000 Cubans traveled outside of Cuba this year; more than half have not returned
According to official statistics, a total of 184,787 Cubans were able to travel outside of Cuba in 2013 and more than half of them (55.2%) have not returned.

Continue reading (in Spanish) HERE.

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