H.Con.Res.132 - Expressing the sense of Congress that with respect to the totalitarian government of Cuba, the United States should pursue a policy that insists upon freedom, democracy, and human rights, including the release of all political prisoners, the legalization of political parties, free speech and a free press, and supervised elections, before increasing United States trade and tourism to Cuba.111th Congress (2009-2010)
Subject Terms Assigned to H.Con.Res.132 — 111th Congress (2009-2010)
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- Caribbean area
- Detention of persons
- Elections, voting, political campaign regulation
- Human rights
- Latin America
- News media and reporting
- Normal trade relations, most-favored-nation treatment
- Political movements and philosophies
- Political parties and affiliation
- Trade restrictions
- Travel and tourism