|Want to send this page or a link to a friend? Click on mail at the top of this window.|
More Special Reports
|Since Raul Castro was formally named president of Cuba Sunday, February 24, 2008, replacing his older brother, Fidel Castro, after more than 49 years, this graphic is current as of the day Raul was invested with the totalitarian powers of the office of the presidency of the Caribbean communist island.|
|Posted August 7, 2006|
Reprinted from The New York Times, Week in Review, of Sunday, August 6, 2006.
|Wehaitians.com, the scholarly journal of democracy and human rights|
|More from wehaitians.com|