Cuban Liberty Council

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The Cuban Liberty Council (CLC) is a not-for-profit organization whose stated goal is to promote liberty and democracy in Cuba.

Activities[edit]

CLC was founded October 10, 2001. Many of the members of the CLC's Board of Directors and Executive Committee have played key roles in shaping US policy towards Cuba and have led diplomatic delegations to the UN Human Rights Commission, where they achieved the passage of key UN Resolutions condemning Fidel Castro's human rights record. They have also played a role in advising foreign governments on their Cuba policy and have met with numerous world leaders, including: Václav Havel, Lech Wałęsa, Ronald Reagan, Boris Yeltsin, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, José María Aznar, Ernesto Zedillo and Felipe González.

It has been called a 'hardline' organization.[1]

Notable members[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Isabelle Vagnoux, 'Washington-Miami-Havana 1999-2009: Towards the End of a Ménage à Trois?', in European Journal of American Studies, 2009 II, p. 3

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