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 Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque

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He met with Cuba's Foreign Minister, Felipe Perez Roque, who a few weeks later would be ousted and accused by Fidel Castro himself of having become addicted to “the honey of power.” Those faces that once welcomed him with smiles, today are no longer here or are in hiding. Bertone, who was also the ...
Others who have seemed to be favoured have had mysterious falls from grace, such as former foreign minister Felipe Perez Roque or party ...

Among them were Carlos Lage, then 57 and one of Cuba's secondary vice-presidents, and Felipe Perez Roque, then 43 and foreign minister.
... Minister Carlos Lage Davila and Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque were concerned that Raul Castro would make concessions that would ...
But, two former officials, Carlos Lage and Felipe Perez Roque, may also throw their hats in the ring. Despite the options, a new face won't ...
Others who have seemed to be favoured have had mysterious falls from grace, such as former foreign minister Felipe Perez Roque or party ...

Among them were Carlos Lage, then 57 and one of Cuba's secondary vice-presidents, and Felipe Perez Roque, then 43 and foreign minister.
... Minister Carlos Lage Davila and Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque were concerned that Raul Castro would make concessions that would ...
... nama lain yang bisa menggantikan Castro. Mereka pun berusia cenderung lebih muda. Beberapa nama antara laun Carlos Lage yang berusia 57 tahun, dan merupakan Wakil Presiden Kuba kedua dan Menteri Luar Negeri Kuba Felipe Perez Roque, yang ...
Others who have seemed to be favoured have had mysterious falls from grace, such as former foreign minister Felipe Perez Roque or party economist Carlos Lage. One Castro protege, Arnaldo Ochoa, ended up in front of a firing squad accused of drug ...

WITH revolutionary leader Fidel Castro dead and his brother Raul vowing to step down as president in 15 months, it will soon be the hour of heir apparent Miguel Diaz-Canel, an advocate for modernising Cuba's state-run media and abysmal internet access.
Other apparent successors to the Castros have emerged over the years only to fall suddenly. Among them were Carlos Lage, then 57 and one of Cuba's secondary vice-presidents, and Felipe Perez Roque, then 43 and foreign minister. They were both sacked ...
YEREVAN (RFE/RL) - President Serzh Sarkisian has described Fidel Castro as a "brave and noble" man who has shaped the modern history of Cuba, in a condolence letter sent to the Cuban revolutionary leader's brother and successor Raul.
It seems unlikely especially if we remember the fact that Professor Esteban Morales was punished by the Communist Party for having reported corruption, and that audiovisual material about Carlos Lage and Felipe Perez Roque (the former top government ...
Since 1992, the UN General Assembly has voted to approve a resolution condemning the embargo and calling for the US to "take the steps necessary to repeal or invalidate [it] as soon as possible.
These virtues were identified by Felipe Perez Roque, the then Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs (now replaced), who delivered a speech to mark Fidel Castro's 80th birthday in 2006 at the international colloquium in Havana.
These virtues were identified by Felipe Perez Roque, the then Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs (now replaced), who delivered a speech to mark Fidel Castro's 80th birthday in 2006 at the international colloquium in Havana.
Carlos Lage, a former vice president, and two foreign ministers -- Felipe Perez Roque and Roberto Robaina -- were all thought to be heirs to the Cuban leadership, but each was discarded for showing signs of unseemly ambition.
The Castro brothers have made tentative stabs at establishing a younger generation of leaders before, but have always pulled back.
Economic whiz kid Carlos Lage and a pair of foreign ministers - Felipe Perez Roque and Roberto Robaina - were all thought to be heirs to the Cuban leadership, but each was discarded for showing signs of unseemly ambition.


 

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