Raul Castro resigns from ruling party to hand power to Cuba’s younger generation


Former Cuban President Raul Castro has announced his resignation as the head of the country’s ruling Communist Party, a powerful position on the Caribbean island nation. Castro made the announcement during a speech Friday on the first day of the party’s eighth congress, saying he is handing over power to a younger generation that is “full of passion and anti-imperialist spirit.” “I believe fervently in the strength and exemplary nature and comprehension of my compatriots, and as long as I live, I will be ready with my foot in the stirrups to defend the fatherland, the revolution and socialism,” he…

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