Vice President of the Council of State Carlos Lage davila of Cuba

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Anti-Castro exiles view him as someone who has "generally stayed outside the repression mechanisms", according to Andro Nodarse Leon of the Miami-based Cuban American National Foundation.
Cubas Vice President of Council of State Carlos Lage Davila has put the blame on developed nations for the brain drain in developing countries, as he accused western nations of luring away large number of talented professionals from poor countries every year.
Chatterjee, president of this legislative body.
In a file photo Cuba's Vice President Carlos Lage Davila is seen during the ALBA Summit in Caracas, Saturday, Jan 26, 2008.
Raul moves up as expected, Lage Davila is among the top possibilities to replace him in Cuba's No.