Cuban leader Raúl Castro, right, applauds alongside Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, second secretary of the Central Committee, during the 7th Cuban Communist Party Congress in Cuba. The two occupy the highest posts in the party, which will announce new Central Committee and Political Bureau members on Tuesday.
Cuban leader Raúl Castro, right, applauds alongside Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, second secretary of the Central Committee, during the 7th Cuban Communist Party Congress in Cuba. The two occupy the highest posts in the party, which will announce new Central Committee and Political Bureau members on Tuesday. Ismael Francisco AP
Cuban leader Raúl Castro, right, applauds alongside Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, second secretary of the Central Committee, during the 7th Cuban Communist Party Congress in Cuba. The two occupy the highest posts in the party, which will announce new Central Committee and Political Bureau members on Tuesday. Ismael Francisco AP

Cuba’s Communist Party Congress wants change, but also more of the same

April 18, 2016 06:34 PM

UPDATED April 19, 2016 09:57 AM

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