2019 in Cuba
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Events in the year 2019 in Cuba.
- First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba: Raúl Castro
- President: Miguel Díaz-Canel
- Prime Minister: Manuel Marrero Cruz
- January 2 – The 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution was celebrated in the capital of Havana.
- March 24–27 – President Díaz-Canel hosted the Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall to the capital as the first members of the British royal family to visit the island.
- April 10 – The new Constitution of Cuba came into force.
- December 21 – Manuel Marrero Cruz assumes office as the 19th Prime Minister of Cuba, becoming the first person to hold the office after the post was reestablished by the 2019 Constitution.
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