Accelerated Reforms Mark First Three Months of New President

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Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel has made extraordinary progress in the 90 days since he has become president, reports the Council of the Americas. Under his leadership, the country has drafted a new constitution that will formalize the ownership of private property and diversify power between a term-limited president, a prime minister and provincial governors. At the same time, a new regulatory framework for private business will both expand the sector and bring it under tighter control for the collection of taxes and limiting the ability of individual entrepreneurs to expand beyond single enterprises. (Americas Society/Council of the Americas)

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