opens educational complex
HAVANA TIMES – Former Cuban President Fidel Castro opened an educational complex in Havana on Tuesday, reported on by the Cuban TV news and the online Cubadebate.cu.
Located in areas adjacent to the Futuro Lechero dairy farm, the facility, named after Vilma Espin, the late wife of President Raul Castro, was built at the initiative of Fidel, and had the support of military and civilian workers of his own Personal Security Directorate.
Television coverage was dominated by photos of Castro, 86, showing no video or audio of the meeting, while explaining that the revolutionary leader spoke for two hours on a host of issues with children, teachers, construction workers and neighboring residents.
This is the second time this week that the Cuban media publishes several photos of the former president, first in a private meeting with a Venezuelan political analyst and now in a public activity.