Raul Cstro announced his resignation as leader of Cuba’s Communist party, ending the Castro family’s decade’s-long reign over Cuba.
Castro, 89, made the announcement in a speech at the party’s eight convention, stating that he had “fulfilled his mission and confident in the future of the fatherland.”
Castro did not indicate that he would support a particular candidate as a successor. However, he is believed to support Miguel Diaz-Canel, who succeeded him as president in 2018
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