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CADAL opposes Marino's designation as ambassador in Cuba
March 22, 2008
Regarding the Presidential proposal of Juliana Marino as Argentine ambassador in Cuba, Gabriel Salvia, Chairman of the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) stated that “it would be a backlash in the relations with the island for the person chose has a well known history in the defense of the remaining dictatorship in the region”.

Regarding the Presidential proposal of Juliana Marino as Argentine ambassador in Cuba, Gabriel Salvia, Chairman of the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) stated that “it would be a backlash in the relations with the island for the person chose has a well known history in the defense of the remaining dictatorship in the region”. Moreover, Salvia said that “Marino's designation represents a virtual “death sentence” for Hilda Morejón, mother of the Cuban doctor, Hilda Molina”.