CANF DISMISSES ROMNEY 'CAMPAIGN RHETORIC' 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.
What does CANF stand for?
CANF stands for Cuban American National Foundation
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The leading organization for Cuban exiles in Miami is calling on the White House to expand relations with Cuba, and funnel more public and private American money to the Cuban people, reports The NY Times (April 9, 2009): A 14-page proposal from the Cuban American National Foundation, lays out what it calls "a break from the past" that would "chart a new direction for U.
Since July, the powerful Miami-based exile organization the Cuban American National Foundation (CANF) has gone through a name change, a radical policy reorientation, and a mass resignation of directors.
Saying its trademark registration had lapsed, the splinter group claims that it now owns the Cuban American National Foundation name.
Nevertheless, the Cuban American National Foundation, a Cuban exile group, said it still hoped to set up a meeting.
The Cuban American National Foundation, dissenting from the praise, said that sending humanitarian relief gives the wrong message to Castro.