A Castro will no longer be leading Cuba. But there are relatives still in government.
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Miami Herald

For the first time in over six decades, no one with the Castro surname will be at the helm of Cuba’s government. But there are still a few Castro family members in positions of influence. Raul Castro, 89, announced Friday that he is stepping down as first secretary of Cuba’s Communist Party, a position considered more powerful than president. A new leader will be named by Monday. It is widely expected that the nation’s current chief of state — not a Castro — will take over. “I will continue participating as one more revolutionary combatant, willing to make my modest contribution until the end …

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