The revolution carries on. That’s the message out of Havana, where 57-year-old Miguel Díaz-Canel is expected to be elected president of Cuba by the National Assembly of People’s Power today, succeeding Raúl Castro, 86. The 605-member National Assembly, Cuba’s legislature,
With a pledge of ideological continuity, the real question is not whether socialism is on the way out, but whether younger blood at the top will be able to more forcefully push a reform agenda.
By C.J. Atkins