itirforencca between Internalile Croups of theiovember Revolutionary Moveient
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late2 thf delegation In exile of theetter ofpril from the national directorate ofin Cuba anc discussed differences between the exile and
The exile organization wrote that iteen annoyed by the language used by tha internal group in speaking of those in exile; they denied that they had discussed the question of they Justified their expenditures for advertiaements and assured the internal group that money collocted had gone for charity for prisoners in Cuba.
The exiles urgently requested information about the unidad? which the internal group haJ joined. They were interested in knowing on what basis it was founded, the participating organisations, apecific and generalhelovenber Movement with respect to those in exile, instructions as to how to proceed lift* the organisations in exile which had also signed the Unidaccnt in Cuba, the focua and tactics or the fi^ht of the llnided, ana other information about the groups.
The exil* group croaontod on the internal organisation's Buggeetion that theovember withdraw fron the Cuban Revolutionary Council he exiles said thatere greatly surprised by the inUmal group's Iran thf CRC. Th< alignaent of forces in exile, theyfcwrc>te, on one side, the batlr^iajios on another, anc id others like there apart from both groups, were aware of the ineffectiveness of tho CRC In several" aspects of theTight but that It was the only available meana to channel eupplies and propaganda to Cube, lhe unification of theovenber Kovtnent with the batistlano forces opposed to the CRC not possible. Unification of theovember Kovepent wll antl-C t forces,
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Portions of the letter to the National Directorate ln Cuba are not clear In that the greater part of the latter cements on previous correspondence which Is not available. Only excerpts from the latter cited are Included. ;
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