Cubans praised their government for its evacuation planning that resulted in only seven deaths from three hurricanes this year. The contrast with the United States' handling of Hurricane Katrina is not lost on residents here. But many in a rural town on the western edge of the island remain upset over the pace of recovery and question whether Cuba's government — in which a centralized bureaucracy determines where every piece of aid goes — can handle the recovery.
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