July 9, 1835 – November 4, 1908) was a Cuban politician and the first President of Cuba. Initially he was the President of the Cuban Republic in Arms during the Ten Years' War and again between May 20, 1902 and September 28, 1906. His collateral career as a New York City Area Educator and writer enabled Estrada Palma to create Pro-Cuban literature aimed at gaining sympathy, assistance and publicity. He was eventually successful in garnering the attention of influential Americans. He was an early and persistent voice calling for the United States to intervene in Cuba on humanitarian grounds. He was the first President of Cuba, between May 20, 1902 and September 28, 1906.
ConservativesDon Tomas Estrada PalmaEstrada Palma
Cara SuciaCara Sucia'' (telenovela)
Adolfo Cubas as Antonio González De la Vega. Humberto García as Horacio González Ferrer. Eva Blanco as Candelaria Camacho Duval. Chony Fuentes as Rebeca De la Vega de González. Elio Rubens as Leonardo Montenegro. Helianta Cruz as Genoveva "Beba" Lavarte De Ortigoza. Alberto Marín as Padre Lombarito. Julio Capote as Fermín. Marcelo Romo as Carmelo. Simón Pestana as José Grigorio. Solmaira Castillo as Deyanira Falcón. Jenire Blanco. Elizabeth López as Federica Rangel. Rita De Gois as Carmen dos Santos. Marcelo Rodríguez as Agustín dos Santos. Hans Christopher as Víctor Iriarte. Miguel Moly. Chumico Romero. Alexis Escamez. Hilda Moreno as Coralia Margarita Blanco. Coromoto Roche as Teresa.
PresidentPresident of the Council of State of CubaCuban President
First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba. Prime Minister of Cuba. List of Presidents of Cuba. Cuba under Fidel Castro. 2006–08 Cuban transfer of presidential duties.
Gabriel "El Chamo" Fernández
Adolfo Cubas. Cristóbal "Chris" Roges. Enrico "Henry" Madia. Gabriel Fernández. Enrique Couselo. Juan de León Santana. Álvaro Novoa. Ángel Guines. Bernard. Carlos Baute. Freddy. Lino Martone. Romulo Ortiz. 1981: Los Chamos [Original Members: Ricardo Messina, Jesus Mercado, Enrique, Winston, William and Walter]. 1982: Siempre Te Amare [Original Members]. 1983: Tu Como Yo [Original Members]. 1984: Chamo Soy [New Members: Adolfo, Chris, Manuel and Juan]. 1990: Con un Poco de Amor [New Members: Alvaro, Angel, Bernald, Carlos, Freddy and Lino].
Miguel Díaz-Canel BermudezMiguel Mario Díaz-Canel Bermúdez
Díaz-Canel has two children with his first wife Martha, and he currently resides with his second wife Lis Cuesta. * Biography by CIDOB (in Spanish) List of Presidents of Cuba. List of Prime Ministers of Cuba. List of international trips made by Miguel Díaz-Canel.
Federico Laredo Brú (23 April 1875, Remedios, Las Villas, Cuba – 7 July 1946, Havana, Cuba) was an attorney and served as President of Cuba from 1936 to 1940. He was married to Leonor Gomez-Montes (1880-?). Laredo Brú's rise to power began in January 1936 as Vice President. When Miguel Mariano Gómez, son of former president José Miguel Gómez, won the presidential election, strongman Fulgencio Batista engineered the impeachment of Gómez in December 1936 for having vetoed a bill to create rural schools under army control. Federico Laredo Brú served the concluding years of Gómez' term leading the way for an ambitious Batista.
Council of StateVice President of Council of StateCouncil of State of Cuba
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During the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, Dorticós gave a speech at the United Nations in which he announced that Cuba possessed nuclear weapons, which it hoped would never be used. He was present at the inauguration of Peronist President Héctor Cámpora on 25 May 1973, in Buenos Aires, along with Chilean President Salvador Allende. In addition to being Cuba's President, Dorticós served as a member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (from 1965); and as president of the Central Planning Council (from 1964).
President of the National Bank of Cuba: Felipe Pazos Roque. Secretary to the President and Council of Ministers: Luis M. Buch Rodríguez. Chief of the Navy: Gasper Brooks Avella. Army Chief of Staff: Colonel Jose M. Rego Rubido. National Police Chief: Efigenio Ameijeiras. President of the Supreme Court: Emilio Menéndez Menéndez. Supreme Court Prosecutor: Felipe Luaces Sebrago. Ambassador to the United Nations: Adis C. Garcia. Ambassador to the United States: Ernesto Dihigo. Delegate General of the President to the Armed Forces and the Maximum Leader of the 26 of July Movement: Fidel Castro.
Governor of CubaProvisional Governor of CubaCaptain General of Cuba
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Natalia Streignard and Miguel de León starred as the main protagonists with Adolfo Cubas, Ana Karina Manco and Maria Fabiola Colmenares as the main antagonists. Sol is a poor young girl who lives with her father, Hipolito Romero, on an old ship anchored close to the shore of a small coastal town. Fishing and sailing are her passions, and the sea is her home. When she was a small child, her mother abandoned her to run away with a wealthy tourist. Sol and her father, however, believe that her brother drowned in the ocean that they love so much. Armando de la Torre is handsome, rich and lives in the capital city.
Adolfo Cubas as Justo Olavarría. Juan Carlos Baena as Eduardo Márquez. Ernesto Balzi as Ezequiel Villavicencio. Beatriz Vásquez as Teresa de Mendoza. Leopoldo Regnault as Reynaldo Mantilla. Alejandro Mata as Don Ramiro Campos. Nathalie Cortez as Etelvina Martínez. Gioia Lombardini as Doña Consuelo Rojas. Sandy Olivares as Darío Peña. Maria Antonieta Castillo as Elena 'Lala' Tirado. Ana Gabriela Barboza as Jazmín Falcón. Lolymar Sanchez as Rosa 'Rosita' Falcón. Carmen Alicia Lara as Eilín Campos. Anabella Troconis-Neri as Isabelina Villavicencio. María Gabriela de Faría as Andreína Márquez. Verónica Cortez as Margot de Falcón. César Román as Ramón Seijas 'Ramsés'. Crisol Carabal as Michelle.
EnamoradaEnamorada'' (1999 TV series)
Adolfo Cubas....Rafael Orozco. Lili Rentería....Sonia Ascanio. Carlos Cuervo....Tony Robles. Marita Capote....Rosario Morales. Juan Alfonso Baptista....Ricky Contreras. Flavia Gleske....Patty Parker. Carol Barba....Jenny Rogers. Joel Núñez.....Eduardo. Lady Noriega.....Laura Guzman. German Barrios.....Bartolo Robles. Lucy Orta.....Esther Alvarado. Jose Luis Franco.....Roberto Santander. Flor de Loto.....Herminia Ascanio. Norma Zuñiga....Sor Angelines. Claudia Reyes....Sor Serena. Tessy Castilla.....Rosemary Villegas. Orlando Casin....Padre Rodrigo. Carolina Perdigon......Delia. Cristina Ovin.....Virginia. Pedro Rentería....Leopoldo. Juan David Ferrer....Aristides. María Camila.....Maribel.
Adolfo Cubas as Franco. Carlota Sosa as Paulina. Caridad Canelon as Agua Santa. Daniel Alvarado as Kiko León. Vicente Tepedino as Nando. Juan Carlos Vivas as Cosme. Betsabe Duque as Vanessa. Jorge Reyes as Daniel Montoya. Daniel Alvarado as Kiko León "Magallanes". Veronica Schneider as Wanda.
GrauGrau San MartínRamon Grau
Ramón Grau San Martín (September 13, 1881, La Palma, Pinar del Río Province, Spanish Cuba – July 28, 1969, Havana, Cuba) was a Cuban physician and President of Cuba (1933–1934, 1944–1948). He was the last president other than an interim president, Carlos Manuel Piedra, to be born during Spanish rule. He is sometimes called Raymond Grau San Martin in English. Grau's father, a rich tobacco grower, wanted Ramón to continue in his footsteps, but Ramón himself wanted to be a doctor. He studied at the University of Havana and graduated in 1908 with a Doctor of Medicine degree, then expatriated to Europe in order to expand his medical knowledge.
Adolfo Cubas as Javier. Andreína Yépez as Tesoro. Adriana Romero as Lupe. Alejandro Corona as Canelón. Pedro Durán. Paula Beivilacqua as Vilma Trocónis. Iván Romero as Severino. Fernando Villate as Máximo Cuenca. Cristóbal Lander as Gustavo. Yina Vélez as Clarita. Ligia Duarte. Anna Massimo. Elba Escobar as Cordelia. Daniela Maya as Lucía Durán. Cesar D' La Torre as Juancito. Carlos Dagama as Daniel Torres.
María CelesteMaria CelesteMaría Celeste'' (telenovela)
Adolfo Cubas as Horacio. Aroldo Betancourt as Manaure. Rafael Briceño as Patricio Hidalgo. Ernesto Balzi as Tiberio. Orangel Delfín as Rodolfo. Mauricio González as Cupertino. Carolina Motaas Jimena. Belén Díaz as Martirio Paniagua. Angélica Arenas as Consuelo. Ileana Jacquet as Herminia. Aidita Artigas as Sarita. Cristina Ovin as Octavia. Sandra Juhaz as Mariu. Gaspar González as Manuel. Jose Ángel Urdaneta as Samario. Freddy Romero as Isaías. Diego Acuña as Valladares. Gabriela Spanic as Celina Hidalgo. Yamandu Acevedo as Doctor Andres. Delia López as Amelia. Luis Malave as Casto. Mónica Rubio as Veronica. Luis Rivas as don Nino. Eduardo Luna as Cesar Augusto. Lotario.
BatistaBatista regimeBatista Dictatorship
He maintained this control through a string of puppet presidents until 1940, when he was himself elected President of Cuba on a populist platform. He then instated the 1940 Constitution of Cuba and served until 1944. After finishing his term he lived in Florida, returning to Cuba to run for president in 1952. Facing certain electoral defeat, he led a military coup against President Carlos Prío Socarrás that preempted the election. Back in power, and receiving financial, military, and logistical support from the United States government, Batista suspended the 1940 Constitution and revoked most political liberties, including the right to strike.
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Raúl Modesto Castro Ruz (born 3 June 1931) is a Cuban politician who is currently serving as the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, the most senior position in the socialist state, succeeding his brother Fidel Castro in April 2011. He has also been a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of Cuba, the highest decision-making body since 1975. In February 2008, he was appointed the President of the Council of State and President of the Council of Ministers. He stepped down as President on 19 April 2018. Previous to being appointed acting President of Cuba in July 2006, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces from 1959 to 2008.
In his capacity as both President of the NAM and of Cuba he appeared at the United Nations General Assembly in October 1979 and gave a speech on the disparity between the world's rich and poor. His speech was greeted with much applause from other world leaders, though his standing in NAM was damaged by Cuba's refusal to condemn the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan. Cuba's relations across North America improved under Mexican President Luis Echeverría, Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, and U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Carter continued criticizing Cuba's human rights abuses, but adopted a respectful approach which gained Castro's attention.
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