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Gomez Discusses Passing of Cuban Dissident Activist Huber Matos with the New York Times

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Saturday, 01 March 2014 13:10

Poblete Tamargo Senior Policy Advisor, Dr. Andy Gomez, was interviewed by the New York Times this week on the passing of Huber Matos. Matos was leading figure of the 1959 Cuban Revolution who broke with the Castro brothers when he realized the Communist aims of the government.

“He was one of the first to really break with Fidel Castro openly because he felt that this revolution was actually becoming a Communist movement,” said Andy S. Gomez, a former senior fellow on Cuba issues at the University of Miami and now a senior policy adviser at Poblete Tamargo, a law firm.

You can read the entire story at the New York Times website.

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