22 Dec '11, 7am

Communist Cuba set to end unpopular travel restrictions: HAVANA (AFP) - President Raul Castro is on Friday expe...

Communist Cuba set to end unpopular travel restrictions: HAVANA (AFP) - President Raul Castro is on Friday expe...

President Raul Castro is on Friday expected to announce an end to onerous, unpopular travel restrictions that have been in place for almost 50 years and which keep most Cubans from travelling abroad. -- PHOTO: AFP HAVANA (AFP) - President Raul Castro is on Friday expected to announce an end to onerous, unpopular travel restrictions that have been in place for almost 50 years and which keep most Cubans from travelling abroad. The Roman Catholic Church and regime-friendly musicians like Silvio Rodriguez and Pablo Milanes have joined a chorus of Cubans calling for an end to the rules, including one that penalises 'permanent emigrants.' And observers say Mr Castro is widely expected to make the announcement in an address to the National Assembly. 'Cuba normalising its relations with Cubans who have left the country is going to have to include eliminating all restrictions,' ana...

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