Cuba’s Top Brass Celebrate July 26th

The leaders of the Cuban Revolution Accompany General/President Raul Castro on July 26, 2015 in Santiago de Cuba.  Foto:  José.M. Correa Armas / granma.cu
The leaders of the Cuban Revolution Accompany General/President Raul Castro on July 26, 2015 in Santiago de Cuba. Foto: José.M. Correa Armas / granma.cu

 

HAVANA TIMES – The top leaders of the Cuban military, Communist Party and government accompany general/president Raul Castro, 84, in the front row at the July 26th commemoration in Santiago de Cuba.

The event for the 62nd anniversary of the attack on the Moncada garrison, which sparked the Cuban revolution five and a half years later in 1959, had the keynote speech from Jose Ramon Machado, 84, the number two man in the Communist Party.

Machado insisted on the importance of “not forgetting history, including the words of Fidel Castro, which contain the roots of our values, our ideology and our independence, as well as the living legend of the founders of our country,” reported the official Granma newspaper.

 


44 thoughts on “Cuba’s Top Brass Celebrate July 26th

  • I guess it would depend on what those houses are worth.

  • The shoes do look great! Must be from Italy!

  • IC, except for Bruno, even the young ones have that thousand mile stare!

  • Moses, generally you’re correct and you are black so you must know the dilemma faced by those who are raised in the inner cities. It’s horrific and two strikes when you come out of the womb. we have some major problems with people who don’t fit into the system however, looking at South Americans’, who came with nothing, they have made tremendous strides succeeding.
    One thing that we must do in this country is get rid of the bureaucracy that
    continues to stifle this growth. In NYC it’s a disaster. If it wasn’t for the underground economy, the economy would be quite bad.

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