Cuba has been among the least religious of all Latin American countries because of its history of communism. Catholic is the dominant religion, but very few practice it, however, during the 90’s with the introduction of an amendment to the policy that excluded persons with religious belief from the Communist Party, there is an increase on Evangelical and Pentecostal revival religious devotion. The government requires all churches to follow the rules of association and to be immediately registered. In 1998, the visit of Pope John Paul II encouraged many of the young people to improve co...
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...nwhile the Revolutionary Armed Forces still very professional and well trained. In southeastern-Cuba under a leasing treaty sign in 1934, the United States has maintained a naval Base at Guantanamo bay with about 2000 military personnel despite the Castro regime’s request to leave.
The republic of Cuba during the twenty first century has become one of most complicated countries in the world due to the physical and political distribution of the Cuban people. The country still perceived as the only remaining Communist state to rank well on health and education under the United Nations. The current President Raul Castro as commander-in-chief with his legitimate control over the country government affairs, Ministry branches, the people and their resources during this 21st century continue to maintain the country under the scrutiny and uncertainty of a better future.
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