The U.S. government has imposed further sanctions to suppress recent popular protests in Cuba. The U.S. Treasury Department said Friday that two officers from the Home Office and the military were injured. The move draws attention to the other perpetrators responsible for suppressing the Cuban people’s demands for freedom and respect for human rights.
As a result of the sanctions, any property of the victims was confiscated in the United States. American citizens are no longer allowed to do business with them. The finance ministry will continue to punish those who help the Cuban government commit “human rights abuses against peaceful protesters.”
The US government has already approved a division of the Cuban Police, the current Minister of the Armed Forces and the Cuban Interior Ministry. On July 11, thousands of Cubans spontaneously took to the streets in many cities to protest against freedom and the oppressive and deficient economy. There have been no such struggles in the Caribbean for decades.
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