Fariñas, a 48-year-old psychologist and independent journalist whose father fought beside Che Guevara, and who himself fought in Angola as a Cuban soldier, says he does not believe there will be any changes in Cuba while Fidel Castro and his brother Raúl are alive.http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/04/08/1568500/after-fidel-and-raul-alejandro.html
The changes will start when the next generation of Castro family members - - Fidel and Raúl's sons - - take over, he says.
. . . According to Fariñas, what's more likely to happen - - and what he said he hopes will happen - - is a process of change that will begin once Raúl and Fidel Castro die, and their respective sons take their places.
"This is a family dynasty. They are preparing [Raúl's son] Col. Alejandro Castro Espín and [Fidel's son] Dr. Antonio Castro Soto del Valle to take power," Fariñas said.
It's amazing how many communist dictatorships devolve into medieval monarchies.