Cuba is the largest island of the West Indies group. its population is approximately 11,477,459.The area of Cuba is 42,803 sq mi (110,860 sq km). Trading with the enemy act was certified in 1917. Since trading with the enemy act was authorized no American is allowed to visit Cuba. Since 1917 a number of other U.S laws are creating barriers for the people who want to visit this island.
The Cuban Assets Control Act
The Cuban asset control act was passed on 1963. The main reason of passing this act was to prohibit American people to visit Cuba. No American except the license holders can carry on financial transaction with the Cubans.
Relaxed And Tightened Embargo Issues
The laws which were made to restrict Americans got tightened and relaxed under different governments. In 1977 President Carter removed these strict laws, while in 1982 President Reagan replaced the old laws with further new strict laws.
The Cuban Democracy Act
The time period when Soviet Union was experiencing its downfall, the Cuban democracy act came into being. It was declared as a law in 1992 by Bush. This law was made to distort Cuban economic activities with the Americans. $50,000 was charged to the American people who went to Cuba by breaking the laws.
Cuba Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act
American Christians always wanted to make peaceful relations with the Cubans. Two planes carrying US Aid for Cubans were crashed by the Cuban military. Read the full story