Cuban-American congressmen and exile leaders on Tuesday asked the president of the United States, Joe Biden, to do what is necessary to restore the Internet to the people of Cuba protesting in the streets asking for freedom and not negotiating with the Government of Miguel Díaz-Canel.
Those two requests stemmed from a meeting held at the Museum of the Cuban Diaspora in Miami, attended by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez.
Republican congresswoman María Elvira Salazar said Republicans and Democrats must stand together and speak with one “voice” to help the Cuban people achieve their freedom, while exile leader Silvia Iriondo urged Biden to take concrete steps right now in support of the Cubans.
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