Along with several other prominent CANF defectors, the couple helped form the Cuban Liberty Council, a Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit headquartered in Miami's Little Havana district.
What does CLC stand for?
CLC stands for Cuban Liberty Council
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Samples in periodicals archive:
These included the three rightist members of Congress from Florida, and Ninoska Perez-Castellon who, along with others, bolted the CANF to organize the even more conservative Cuban Liberty Council (see NotiCen, 2001-10- 25).
But it rejected many ideas proferred by moderates, including the Cuban American National Foundation, instead adopting those of the rival Cuban Liberty Council.
But Ninoska Perez, director of the Cuban Liberty Council, had urged the Bush administration to impose the travel and remittance restrictions and cautioned lawmakers against "becoming accomplices to a dictatorship.
One of the founders of the conservative Cuban Liberty Council resigned from the organization at the urging of the board of directors, after it was disclosed he represents a French firm whose affiliate built luxury hotels in Cuba.
The Miami-based Cuban Liberty Council, headed by Ninoska Perez, lobbied hard for the new crackdown, arguing that Sherritt uses assets confiscated by the Cuban government from their original owners to help a dictatorial regime.
The Miami Herald has already lent its editorial support to the conference, though few believe it will take place--and almost no one expects the Cuban government to issue visas to members of the CANF, let alone the Cuban Liberty Council.
But its request was immediately rejected by CANF's archrival, the more conservative Cuban Liberty Council.