Hillary Clinton claims to be concerned about human rights in Cuba
The favorite in the fight for the Democratic nomination for the White House, Hillary Clinton, expressed support for the policy of openness of US President Barack Obama with Cuba, but expressed concern about respect for human rights on the island.
Clinton said the issue of restore relations with Cuba existed long ago. "It was a score for a long time and I worked for it when I was Secretary of State, because I think we have to do more than what can be successful to help Cubans to have more democracy, more freedom and economic opportunity" , she said.
"Obviously, we know that there are still problems in Cuba, there are human rights problems to be solved," she said.