July 7, 2014
AP, The Washington Post
HAVANA — Cuban parliamentarians met Saturday in one of their twice-annual sessions, with the country’s limping economy and the 2014 budget foremost on the agenda.
Government-run website Cubadebate published pictures of President Raul Castro presiding over the assembly with Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel at his side.
Foreign journalists were not allowed access to the gathering at a convention center in western Havana...
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