Voting for all or a unified vote during the March 11 elections means a "Yes" for Cuba, for social justice and in defense of the achievements of the Revolution, said the representative of the People's Power for the 76th district in Santiago de Cuba, Elvira Orozco.
Cuban university students will collaborate in the general elections to be held on the Caribbean island on March 11, an action that will contribute to the transparency of this electoral process, local press reported today.
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Members of the electoral commissions in the different Cuban territories continue to receive training, and are setting the necessary conditions for the general elections, scheduled for March 11.
The conditions are already being created for the elections of deputies to the National Assembly of People's Power and the delegates to the country's provincial assemblies, scheduled for March 11
Gisela Duarte, president of the National Candidature Commission, describes the diverse composition of the group of nominees for deputy to the National Assembly, highlighting the number of female, young, Black, and mixed race candidates
In accordance with Cuba's electoral law, on January 21 the country's 168 Municipal Assemblies of People's Power approved candidates for provincial delegates and deputies to the National Assembly of People's Power, who will be elected in a popular vote March 11
Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, was nominated Sunday, January 21 as a candidate for deputy to the National Assembly of People's Power by the municipality of Segundo Frente, in the province of Santiago de Cuba.
There is much of Cuba in each one of the candidates nominated on Sunday, but much more in what they represent as a whole, the face of the people.