Castro told delegates to a crucial Communist Party summit that he would launch a “systematic rejuvenation” of the government. He said politicians and other important officials should be restricted to two, five-year terms, including “the current president of the Council of State and his ministers” — a reference to himself.

Castro officially took over from his brother Fidel in 2008, meaning he’d be at least 86 when his second term as Cuban leader ended, depending on how the law is written.