Will Latin American countries be willing to accept other freed dissidents? According to the AP that may be the case for one nation in the Southern Cone:
Chile says it will take in Cuban dissidents released by the communist government.Despite the plan to free political prisoners some activists on the island like the Ladies in White said that they would continue their “weekly march calling for the release of their relatives.”
A spokeswoman for Foreign Minister Alfredo Moreno says he is trying to help liberate Cuba's dissidents…
Moreno did not talk to Cuban officials directly. Cuba has not commented on its promised release of political prisoners.
On a related note, former leader Fidel Castro is expected to appear on Cuban TV and radio days after he made his first public appearance in four years.
Image- Globe and Mail (“Former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro visits the National Centre for Scientific Investigation in Havana on July 7.”)
Online Sources- The Latin Americanist, Al Jazeera English, USA TODAY, BBC News, Reuters