havana - Future leaders of Cuba should go to their seventieth retire to give younger people a chance to lead the country. That said Cuban President Raul Castro.
Not only is the 84-year-old Raul and his predecessor Fidel (90), but also many other senior figures in the government of his advanced age. Raul himself is planning to retire in two years. It is very likely that someone is going to lead the country without the last name Castro, for the first time in nearly sixty years.
The call of the president was not particularly well received by the conference where he did it. Rather, it was quiet in the hall.,,So serious! What a silence brings forth this issue. You should not think that you can not do anything for the country because you are no longer one of the leaders, '' the president said. He suggested that the elderly can remain active in the party as an activist and more time to spend with their grandchildren.