While Miami-Dade County's commissioners continue to grant billions in taxpayer money to Castro's business partners (the Brazilian construction company, Odebrecht), Union City, NJ, stands with the victims of Castro's repressive regime.
From Fox News Latino:
A New Jersey town is canceling a visit by Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa scheduled for Friday because of his alliances with leftist world leaders, its mayor says.
"It is evident that President Correa has associated with Fidel and Raul Castro of Cuba and Hugo Chavez of Venezuela," said Union City Mayor Brian Stack in a statement. "Even associating with such regimes sends a terrible message to the world and condones the many evils that have been imposed on the residents of those nations."
"For these reasons, I refuse to welcome President Correa to Union City."
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