Viceroys must always stay in close touch with the King himself.
So, colonial Viceroy Maduro paid a visit to King Raul, and the two of them had a grand old time posing for photographers and doing what dictators and vice-dictators love to do.
They visited the grave of dead dictator, the former Maximum Emperor Fidel Castro.
And while they were in the neighborhood, they also made sure to desecrate the mausoleum of Jose Marti by setting foot in it.
Viceroy Maduro is probably spending a lot of time with King Raul’s repression experts, getting instructions on what steps he needs to take in the next few weeks to secure his viceregal throne in the Castro colony of Venenozuela.
From the Latin American Herald Tribune:
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro traveled this week to Cuba to pay homage to that country’s late former President, Fidel Castro, on what would have been his 91st birthday and to place flowers at his tomb, accompanied by Cuban President Raul Castro, the island’s main dailies reported Wednesday on their front pages.
The brief official announcement, published by the state-run Granma and Juventud Rebelde newspapers, was accompanied by two photographs in which Maduro and Raul Castro are seen before the former leader’s tomb in the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba.
Fidel Castro died on Nov. 25, 2016, in Havana and would have turned 91 on Aug. 13.
In the second photo, the two leaders are paying their respects at the mausoleum of Cuban independence hero Jose Marti, along with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez and Venezuelan first lady Cilia Flores.
At both tombs, Maduro and Castro placed white roses, the symbol associated with Marti, whom Fidel Castro recognized as his ideological guide and beside whom he requested to be buried.
At the Santa Ifigenia cemetery in Santiago de Cuba, known as a “cemetery of the forefathers,” Raul Castro explained to Maduro the history of the Cuban heroes interred there, including Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, considered to be the “Father of the Homeland” on the island.
The article also mentioned the presence of Mariana Grajales and Maria Cabrales, the mother and widow of Antonio Maceo, another of the most venerated figures in Cuban history.
Both presidents also placed flowers on the tombs of the fighters of the July 26 Movement, the organization headed by Fidel Castro during the insurrection that brought him to power, and to which his brother Raul also belonged.
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