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 Union of Latin American and Caribbean nations. (Sans participation USA/CANADA)

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MessageSujet: Union of Latin American and Caribbean nations. (Sans participation USA/CANADA)   Ven 19 Déc 2008 - 11:57

By The Associated Press – 19 hours ago
LATIN AMERICA/CARIBBEAN: Latam summit ends with theme of new independence, welcomes Cuba back
COSTA DO SAUIPE, Brazil (AP) — Latin American and Caribbean leaders have called for the creation of a regional union that would exclude the U.S. and oppose outside interference at a summit hailed as a historic expression of independence.

With 33 nations represented by heads of state or other top officials, it was the largest regional gathering of its kind that did not include the U.S. or a European power, and also marked the international debut of Cuban President Raul Castro.

Summit participants called for an end to the U.S. embargo of Cuba and Bolivia's leftist president even encouraged Latin American nations to expel their U.S. ambassadors unless the incoming government of President-elect Barack Obama lifts the embargo on the island.

"We should give the new government of the United States a deadline in order to end the embargo," said Evo Morales, who kicked out the U.S. ambassador in September over a different issue.

"If the newly elected U.S. government does not lift the economic embargo, we will lift their ambassadors out of our countries."

Latin American leaders, including those from Mexico and Colombia, which have been at odds with Cuba for years, rallied around Castro, who replaced his ailing brother Fidel as Cuba's leader in February.

But Morales' call for breaking relations with Washington found little support.

Mexican President Felipe Calderon suggested a new organization — which he labeled the Union of Latin American and Caribbean nations — should be created to tackle political and economic challenges. He said it would exclude the U.S. and Canada and model itself on this week's summit.
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