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Cuba remains a one-side authoritarian describe with a poor testimony on civil right. Current President Raul Castro succeeded his long-ruling brother Fidel Castro in 2006, and the succession was characterized by a remarkable strength of support. Raul began his second and final five-year dub as president in 2013, which is scheduled to end in February 2018, when he would be 86 years of age. Most observers see First Licentiousness President Miguel Diaz-Canel as the "inheritor apparent" as president, although Raul likely will continue in his position as first secretary of Cuba's Communist Side (PCC). Under Raul, Cuba has implemented gradual market-oriented economic policy changes over the past decade, but critics maintain that the government has not taken enough action to foster sustainable economic growth. Few observers expect the government to ease its tight government over the political wise, especially as the community approaches its political succession in 2018. Although the government has released numerous political prisoners in recent years, it still holds an estimated 75-95 political prisoners. Moreover, short-dub detentions and provocation against democracy and civil right activists have increased over the past several years. U. S. Policy Congress has played an active role in shaping policy toward Cuba, including the legislation of legislation toughen and at times easing various U. S. economic sanctions. Since the early 1960s, when the Uss Of a first imposed a deal injunction on Cuba, the centerpiece of U. S. policy has consisted of economic sanctions aimed at isolating the Cuban government. In December 2014, however, the Obama Administration initiated a major Cuba policy turn, moving away from sanctions toward a policy of visit and a normalization of relations. The policy change included the restoration of diplomatic relations (July 2015), the backpedaling of Cuba's classification as a describe underwriter of international terrorism (May 2015), and an increase in tour, commerce, and the leakage of clue to Cuba. To implement this third act, the Treasury and Commerce Agencies eased the proscription laws five times (most recently in October 2016) in such areas as tour, remittances, deal, telecommunications, and financial services. The overall proscription, however, remains in place, and can be lifted only with congressional action or if the President determines and accredits to Congress that certain conditions in Cuba are met, including that a democratically elected government is in place. The attitude for U. S. policy toward Cuba under the Trump Administration is uncertain. According to U. S. officials, the Administration is conducting a full review of U. S. policy toward Cuba, with civil right at the cutting edge of those reviews. Statements by President Trump before his setting up suggest that he could reverse some of the policy changes taken by the Obama Administration to normalize relations. Legislative Activity There are contrasting congressional views on the appropriate U. S. policy contact toward Cuba. Numerous legislative actions and victual in appropriations bills in the 114th Congress would have further eased or lifted the proscription, whereas other actions would have blocked purposes toward normalization. Ultimately, zero of these actions were enacted. In the 115th Congress, question over Cuba policy likely will continue, especially with apply to to U. S. economic sanctions. To date, several bills have been introduced to ease or lift economic sanctions altogether: H. R. 351 (tour), H. R. 442/S. 472 (some economic sanctions), H. R. 498 (telecommunications), H. R. 525 (agricultural transports and investment), H. R. 572 (agricultural and medical transports and tour), H. R. 574 (overall proscription), and S. 275 (private matching funds for U. S. agricultural transports).

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