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CANFCuban American National Foundation
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CANFCenter for Advanced Nuclear Fuel Cycles (US Department of Energy)
CANFCrédit Agricole Nord de France (French: North France Agricultural Bank)
CANFCircolo Autostoriche Nino Farina (Italian: Circle Historic Cars Nino Farina)
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Maybe a politician running against the Cuban American National Foundation will actually win a Florida election.
WASHINGTON -- Turmoil in the Cuban American National Foundation, which has split the powerful organization into warring factions, may damage the lobbying clout of the Cuban exile group and weaken support for US economic sanctions against Havana.
Nevertheless, the Cuban American National Foundation, a Cuban exile group, said it still hoped to set up a meeting.
Julia Sweig, Fellow Cuban American National Foundation 7300 NW 35th Terrace Miami, FL 33122 Voice: (305) 592-7768 Fax: (305) 592-7889 Website: Contact: Mr.
In one corner is the Cuban American National Foundation, a tax-exempt foundation that represents the interests of the right wing of the Cuban exile community and is a strident opponent of the government of Fidel Castro.
He and the members of the organization that he created, the Cuban American National Foundation (CANF), are politically sophisticated extremists with a tight grip on the Cuban-American electorate.
The Cuban American National Foundation, dissenting from the praise, said that sending humanitarian relief gives the wrong message to Castro.
Even though it has failed to topple Castro, while at the same time, imposing great hardships on the Cuban people, the fierce anti-Castro Cuban American National Foundation makes sure the ban stays.
policy toward Cuba has been dictated by Jorge Mas Canosa and his Cuban American National Foundation, which favors the most punitive measures against the island's communist regime.
Louis radio and television, are dominated by "anonymous senior State Department spokespersons" (why the anonymity for an official defending, not criticizing administration policy?), by members of Congress strongly committed to the economic blockade, and by spokespersons for the right-wing Cuban American National Foundation in Miami.
"We are stunned that the Herald has knowingly chosen to publish comments out of context and use them in yet another attempt to undermine the Cuban American National Foundation's integrity in the South Florida community," the ad said.
Francisco "Pepe" Hernandez, president of the Miami based Cuban American National Foundation (CANF), said some of Romney's proposed Cuba policies are merely campaign rhetoric that would be discarded if he ever entered the Oval Office.