Latin America

In photos: Cuba's new president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, successor to the Castro brothers

At 57, Miguel Diaz-Canel comes from a new generation of Cuban politicians born after the 1959 Cuban revolution. An engineer, he lacks the military background of most of Cuba’s historic revolutionary leaders but has risen through the ranks as a loyal Communist Party member. Read a profile of Cuba's new leader: "He neither displeases nor enamors you": that’s Miguel Díaz-Canel, the likely substitute to Cuba’s Castro.

19 Abr 2018 – 10:59 AM EDT