CanF


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CanF

Canadian French.
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In addition to its anti-Castro actions, CANF also serves as the umbrella organization for the Mas Family Scholarships.
Since Garcia wrote letters critical of Bush policies toward Cuba, CANF has fallen from grace in Washington.
One of these mercenaries, Raul Ernesto Cruz Leon, confessed he was paid $3,000 by CANF for each bomb he planted.
Even Cubans, such as Huber Matos and Armando Valladares, who spent decades in Castro's jails, or loyal CANF staff members, often were not spared his fury.
The defectors are pitted against CANF head Jorge Mas Santos, the son of the founder, and his advisers.
He was a Latino immigrant worth half a billion dollars, under whose tutelage the CANF grew to immense proportions, with thousands of people beholden to it or its Chairman.
During that same period, the political action committee associated through interlocking directorships with CANF gave a nearly identical sum of contributions to political candidates.
The 1980s marked the mise-en-scene of CANF, led from the start by Mas, and the mass entry of Cubans into American electoral politics.
The Cuban-American community in south Florida is also a very powerful ethnic group, just as the CANF is a very powerful interest group.
pressure have had to deal also with threats from right-wing Cubans and CANF in the United States.
Garcia, in fact, was brought in to head CANF in 2000 to make it seem "more palatable" and progressive to non-Cubans, according to Dario Moreno, a political science professor at Florida International University who heads the Metropolitan Center, which studies local political developments.
CANF for many years largely set US policy toward Cuba, though over the last couple of years, it's hold over members of Congress - the result of liberal political donations and its ability to deliver votes in Florida, New Jersey and a few other states - has begun to slip as US policy toward Cuba has faced increasing questions about its effectiveness.