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father of cuba. for nearly 50 years, fidel castro's booming voice echoed throughout the plaza as he delivered impassioned speeches meant to rally supporters. now, it's strangely quiet. as thousands upon thousands say farewell. inside, some mourners wept as they walked by photographs of ro flanked by his military medals, flowers, and guards. his ashes lay in a private room. out of the public's view. norma diaz was too emotional to talk. that is until we asked how the world will view her weepng over a man many consider a brutal dictator? >> translator: let them tell the story they know, she says. we can only tell the story we know here. he was always with the people. angel cortez dismissed sell -- celebrations by cuban exiles what do you say to them? >> translator: that they're insensitive, he says, that hey have no feelings. >> reporter: if it is any indication of castro's stature here, some people have deemed this event a commemoration of the "physical departure of their leader." charlie, they rarely
deal to reopen relations with cuba. he says it failed to address human rights abuses here and is hopeful president elect trump >> you need to pressure the regime for that, you cannot give them the opportunity to decide if they are going to do or not. >> you think trump would do that? >> i think so. >> reporter: not all cubans feel that way. the society is slowly opening up. interaction with the u.s. is generally welcome here. economic opportunity could be the strongest catalyst for cubans to turn the page. from the castro era. >> he is part of the past. we need to pass over him. we need to pass over his name. we need to pass over his legacy. communist legacy. >> reporter: do you see a free election happening here, say in your lifetime? >> yeah, for sure, for sure. i am optimistic. >> reporter: you do? that will not be easy, judging by this crowd. norah, tens, perhaps, hundreds of thousands of cubans have gathered here at revolution square. joining heads of state for a massive tribute to their late leader. >> thank you.
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