Cubans in U.S. welcome Biden’s sanctions but call for more, starting with internet

Politicians and exile organizations consider the sanctions announced Thursday by U.S. President Joe Biden against the Cuban government as a first step only.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Despite welcoming the president's sanctions, Cuban exiles considered them insufficient given the allegations of sham trials and forced disappearances on the island, particularly of young protesters.

"It's a good first step by Biden, but it's nowhere near enough. Biden should commit to keeping the embargo unchanged, banning remittances and providing internet access to Cuban protesters," said Cuban-American lawmaker Carlos Gimenez.

The Biden administration yesterday announced sanctions against Cuban . . .

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