Cuban Leader Raúl Castro Will Stay In Power Past February
The Cuban government has announced that it will postpone a historic presidential election in 2018.
Cuban leader Raúl Castro will remain in power at least until April 19, the new date in which a new legislature and the president of the Councils of State and Ministers will be elected.
Castro had announced that he would retire at the end of his two terms on Feb. 24, the original date of the election of the new National Assembly.
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