Reprinted from TeleSUR
The Cuban electoral process doesn't allow discriminatory or demeaning political campaigning and no organization can pay for any campaign.
Cuba is holding another election, this one for citizens to choose representatives from municipalities from over 27,000 candidates who will be competing for 605 People's Power Assembly seats.
This will be the first round of votes, the second round is on Nov. 29, and there will be a runoff election if any of the candidates don’t get a majority of votes on Dec. 3.
Continue reading This is How Cubans Run, Campaign and Vote in Elections
by Isaac Saney
Fidel and Cuba provided an example of the possibility of building relations based on genuine solidarity and social love.
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