Vice President of Cuba

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Vice President of Cuba is the second highest political position obtainable in Cuba. Currently there is a provision for several Vice Presidents, who are elected in the same manner as the President of Cuba.

Historically, Vice President of Cuba was elected in the same ticket with the President. The position has been in use 1902–1928, 1936, 1940–1958, and since 1976.

Vice Presidents[edit]

Name Entered Office Left office President
Luis Estévez y Romero 1902 March 1905 Tomás Estrada Palma
Domingo Méndez Capote January 1906 September 1906 Tomás Estrada Palma
Alfredo Zayas y Alfonso January 1909 May 1913 José Miguel Gómez
Enrique José Varona May 1913 May 1917 Mario García Menocal
Emilio Núñez May 1917 May 1921 Mario García Menocal
Francisco Carrillo Morales May 1921 May 1925 Alfredo Zayas y Alfonso
Carlos de la Rosa Hernández May 1925 May 1929 Gerardo Machado
Federico Laredo Brú May 1936 December 1936 Miguel Mariano Gómez
Gustavo Cuervo Rubio October 1940 October 1944 Fulgencio Batista
Raúl de Cárdenas Echarte October 1944 October 1948 Ramón Grau
Guillermo Alonso Pujol October 1948 March 1952 Carlos Prío Socarrás
Rafael Guas Inclán February 1955 1958 Fulgencio Batista
Raúl Castro December 1976 February 2008 Fidel Castro
José Ramón Machado Ventura February 2008 February 2013 Raúl Castro
Miguel Díaz-Canel February 2013 Incumbent Raúl Castro

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