Havana, Sunday 13 de October de 2019 07:23 pm

US Democrat candidate co-sponsors bill to allow Americans to travel to Cuba

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HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 3 (ACN) Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker joined the list of American politicians who co-sponsor the bill recently introduced in the US Senate to remove travel restrictions for citizens of that nation To Cuba.
The initiative, introduced last Monday by a bipartisan group of 46 of the 100 members of the Senate, would put an end to travel bans on the island imposed under regulations of 1996 and 2000 to US citizens and legal residents in this country and eliminate obstacles that prevent transactions related to visits to the Caribbean nation, including banking.

As reflected in the website of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP), the introduction of the project was led by Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy, who said in a statement that the proposal is intended for Americans to visit the island-nation , in the same way that they can go to any other country in the world, except the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

With this co-sponsorship of Booker, senator for New Jersey, to said regulations, named as the Freedom Act for Americans to travel to Cuba 2019, it means that this project has the approval of the seven members of the Senate who aspire to the White House .

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