HAVANA TIMES, March 5 — Two of Cuba’s younger top leaders, not long ago both considered possible presidential material, admitted to errors that led to their destitution on Monday. In letters to President Raul Castro, ex-VP Carlos Lage, 57, and ex-Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque, 43, both admitted to having made mistakes and resigned their seats in the Cuban parliament and on the Council of State. No details about the errors were revealed by either of the former officials.
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