Spotlight : RaE[bar]l Castro.
By Combined news reports Born in June 3, 1931, is the second-ranking member of the Cuban Council of State. The younger brother Wiki is aware of the following uses of "'Younger Brother":
Castro, Fidel Castro Ruz , he has been appointed to the positions of First Vice President of the Council of State, Vice President to the Council of Ministers, Vice Secretary of the Politburo and the Central Committee of the Communist Party Central Committee of the Communist Party can refer to:
Russian Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti
(“Committee for State Security”) Soviet agency responsible for intelligence, counterintelligence, and internal security. agent Nikolai Leonov, whom he had met two years earlier during a trip to the Soviet-bloc nations. That relationship would persist until the Castro brothers successfully assumed power in Cuba. As a combatant of the Rebel Army he took part in the campaign of the Sierra Maestra mountain range and, on February 27, 1958, was made commandant and assigned the mission to cross the old province of Oriente leading a column of guerrillas to open, to the northeast of that territory, the "Eastern front Frank Paaes". RaaAEl is credited with persuading his older brother to implement agricultural market reforms in the early 1990s which increased the food supply, after the Soviet Union fell and its generous subsidies to Cuba stopped.He has been married for more than 45 years to Vilma Espin Guillois, a veteran of the revolution and president of the Cuban Federation of Women. They have three daughters and one son. His eldest daughter Mariela Castro currently heads the Cuban National Center for Sex Education The National Center for Sex Education (Centro Nacional de Educación Sexual, or CENESEX) is a government-funded body in Cuba. The center is best known for advocating tolerance of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and transgender issues on the island. .RaaAEl Castro is thought to be more pragmatic than his older brother, and would also be more willing to institute free market-oriented economic policies. However, he is also considered to be a political hardliner Noun 1. hardliner - a conservative who is uncompromising
conservative, conservativist - a person who is reluctant to accept changes and new ideas
hardliner n → partidario/a de la línea dura who will maintain the Communist Party of Cuba's political power. It is speculated that he favors some version of the current Chinese political and economic model for Cuba. nSpotlight : RaaAEl Castro
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