Communist Cuba’s economic minister ‘warns’ U.S. over allowing lawsuits against the criminal Castro dictatorship

The Castro dictatorship’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz, “warns” the U.S.

It is nothing short of hilarious to see a tinpot dictatorship “warn” the U.S. about taking action against them. What is almost as funny is the media actually reporting this and giving credence to a weak and flaccid regime with no economic or military power that has been on the verge of collapse for decades.

Via CNBC:

Cuban minister warns the White House on allowing courts to fight over the country’s property

A Cuban government minister warned the U.S. State Department that plans to allow legal action over property in the country would create a big mess for both Cuba and the United States.

The White House has moved toward allowing thousands of Cuban Americans to sue companies and individuals who have taken ownership of real estate in Cuba that was previously seized from them by the government.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz, said such an act could create legal problems all around the world.

“That would be a big mess not only for Cuba but for the U.S. and all the countries in the world who have business in Cuba,” he said.

Title III of the Helms-Burton Act of 1996 has provided for people to sue over confiscated properties in Cuba but successive U.S. presidents have suspended its legality. It is estimated around $9 billion worth of property could be fought over in the courts.

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  1. “The country’s property.” Translation: What the “revolution” stole from its rightful owners. Talk about shameless.

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