US slaps sanctions on top Cuban general behind hotels

Washington (AFP) – President Donald Trump’s administration on Wednesday slapped sanctions on a powerful Cuban general and business leader, in its latest pressure on the communist island weeks ahead of US elections.The Treasury Department took action against Luis Alberto Rodriguez Lopez-Calleja, a son-in-law of former president Raul Castro who heads GAESA, a conglomerate with wide economic interests including hotels that is affiliated with the military.”The revenue generated from the economic activities of GAESA is used to oppress the Cuban people and to fund Cuba’s parasitic, colonial dominati…

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