Senén Casas Regueiro

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Senén Casas Regueiro
Cuban Minister of Transportation
In office
June (after 12 June) 1989 – 6 August 1996
Preceded by Diocles Torralba Gonzalez
Succeeded by Álvaro Pérez Morales
Personal details
Born 30 July 1934
Bombí, El Salvador municipality
Died 6 August 1996
Political party Communist Party of Cuba

Major General Senén Casas Regueiro (30 July 1934 in Bombí - 6 August 1996) was a Cuban politician. He was the Cuban Minister of Transportation from 1989 till his death. He was also the First Deputy Minister of Defence and the Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army. He was a brother of another Cuban politician Julio Casas Regueiro.[1]


The new railway station of Santiago de Cuba, rebuilt in 1997, was named after him.[2]


  • (Senén Casas Regueiro: Un General guantanamero, Agustín Pérez)