March 24, 2012
Peter Orsi, The Miami Herald
HAVANA -- Cuba replaced the oldest official in Raul Castro's Cabinet on Thursday, an 88-year-old ex-general who helped mold the communist country's new army and commanded defenses at the Bay of Pigs invasion.
Jose Ramon Fernandez, a longtime member of Communist Party's ruling Central Committee, is out as vice president of the Council of Ministers, according to an official notice published by party newspaper Granma.
Jose M. Miyar Barrueco, 79, is also leaving his post as minister of science, technology and environment....