FARC delegation residing in palatial estates during negotiations in Cuba

Posted on February 4, 2013 • Filed under: Colombia, Conflicts, Cuba, FARC

arcoiris.com.co reported ……Today the neighborhood where it is called the Laguito Cubanacán and are 120 houses in total, with between one and six rooms, all fully furnished and with domestic service and limo driver, serving guests what they call houses Protocol which are numbered and have a strict monitoring service, directly linked to the Interior Ministry, which ensure the security and privacy of guests. Since the start of the first direct contacts in Havana, between the government of President Juan Manuel Santos and the FARC, the government ordered that both delegations will be staying on the set of The Little Lake, a luxury residential complex built in the late 20 , the last century known as El Laguito. It is situated on the outskirts of Havana and sugar entrepreneurs lived there at the time of the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista and these houses were the first to be expropriated by the government of Fidel Castro when he won the revolution in 1959. The owners of these houses migrated and living in Florida. Read Article

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