Castro clan to split millions of UN dollars without any oversight
According to Martí News, several Cuban centers and institutions directly controlled or under the influence of family members of Fidel and Raul Castro will split amongst themselves $151.7 million from the UN intended to improve the lives of Cubans.
These institutions are run without any public control or oversight whatsoever. Neither dissident organizations or the press play any part in their operation as they are under the control of the Cuban Communist Party.
Martí Noticias reports that among the chosen organizations you will find, for example, the National Center for Sex Education (CENESEX), which is under the direction of Raul’s daughter, Mariela Castro; the Cuban Federation of Women (FMC), which was previously run by Raul’s late wife and is now under the control of his daughter Debora Castro.
The National Institute of Sports, Physical Education, and Recreation (INDER) where Fidel’s son, Antonio Castro Soto del Vale, vice-president of the Cuban Basbeall Federation, exerts great influence; and BIOCUBAFARMA, who’s president is Jose Antonio Fraga Castro, nephew of the Cuban president.
You will also find the Public Health Ministry, which controls health centers that include Clinic 43 and the Council of State Clinic, both of which are equipped with the latest and most modern equipment and is under the supervision of Fidel Castro’s wife, Dalia Soto.