A new era is dawning on Cuba.
On April 19, communist Cuba’s National Assembly came together to officially elect the communist nation’s next president, Miguel Diaz-Canel. It was the second leadership change in the communist island since 1959. And for the first time in nearly six decades, the new leader isn’t part of the Castro family.
In this episode NowThis World correspondent Judah Robinson looks back at the legacy of Fidel Castro and Raul Castro, and asking the question: What’s next for communist Cuba?