About the only thing different in Cuba is that its government, instead of being led by a single person, is handled by a group. Raul Castro heads a collective leadership guided by the same Communist Party his older brother extolled during a nearly half-century in power.Is the short run 48 years?
"These guys know what they are doing. They are prepared to lead Cuba without Fidel," said Marifeli Perez-Stable of the Inter-American Dialogue, a Washington think tank. "The country, in the short run, is not going to collapse." [MORE]
Sunday, January 21, 2007
Everything is A OK
Anita nieve would like for you to know that there is nothing happening in Cuba, and whatever was going to happen with the departure of the dictator has already happened.