Castro tells his elections stand

On April 20, 1959, The Times re­por­ted that after a two hour and 20 minute dis­cus­sion with Vice Pres­id­ent Richard Nix­on at the Cap­it­ol, Prime Min­is­ter Fi­del Castro said that his pro­vi­sion­al Cuban gov­ern­ment “does not want to stay in power one minute longer than is ne­ces­sary be­fore hav­ing free elec­tions.”

Published: April 20, 1959
Sources: Los Angeles Times
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