Cuba's party congress agrees to allow private propertyBBC
Apr. 20, 2011
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What a coincidence, here in the US "our" government is going around seizing private property!Cuba says it will allow people to buy and sell their homes for the first time since the communist revolution in 1959.
For the past 50 years, Cubans have only been allowed to pass on their homes to their children, or to swap them through a complicated and often corrupt system.
The move was decided during the first congress held by the ruling Communist Party in 14 years, aimed at breathing new life into the communist system.