Fabio Grobart

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Fabio Grobart (born Abraham Semjovitch, August 30, 1905 - October 22, 1994) was a founding member of the Cuban Communist Party in the early 1920s. He is generally considered the principal Communist Agent in Cuba and was charged with the covert section of the Cuban Communist party.[1] He was expelled from Cuba several times,[2] but returned to Cuba early in 1959, supposedly at the request of Raul Castro and Ernesto Che Guevara. He is believed to have advised Fidel Castro on the means and methods of achieving absolute and lifetime power. Grobart died in 1994 [3]


  1. Alexander, Robert Jackson 2002 A History of Organized Labor in Cuba, Praeger Publishers ISBN-10 027597703X
  2. Garcia Montes, Jorge and Antonio Alonso Avila, 1970 Historia del Partido Comunista de Cuba Ediciones Universal, 1970, Miami p. 116
  3. New York Times Article