According to the head of the city, Washington should study this method of pressure on Havana.
“We need to discuss and consider this as a potential option in addition to a lot of other options,” Suarez believes.
Protests began on the island on Sunday, July 11. Thousands of people took part in the demonstrations, who demanded to “hold free elections” and solve social problems. Supporters of the Cuban government, after the president’s call to take to the streets and fight back against provocations, held their own marches in the country’s cities.