From the Miami Herald:
“Title IV needs to be used more robustly,” said attorney Jason Poblete. “Everything with Helms-Burton is a question of political will. There has to be the political will to follow through on this.”
He said there are at least nine sections of Helms-Burton that have been poorly implemented through the years and other parts that have been ignored by both Republican and Democratic administrations.
While Poblete said stricter enforcement of Helms-Burton would be great, “it’s not a cure-all.”
He said the best outcome would be to use it as a tool to get Cuba and the United States to the negotiating table to finally settle pending claims against Cuba. “The claims have been waiting a very, very long time,” said Poblete.
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