On online forum organized by the state-controled Juventude Rebelde newspaper asked readers, “What would you like to know about Cuba’s electoral system?” Many commenters responded with a flurry of questions and suggestions, including direct and secret ballots.
On online forum organized by the state-controled Juventude Rebelde newspaper asked readers, “What would you like to know about Cuba’s electoral system?” Many commenters responded with a flurry of questions and suggestions, including direct and secret ballots. Miami
On online forum organized by the state-controled Juventude Rebelde newspaper asked readers, “What would you like to know about Cuba’s electoral system?” Many commenters responded with a flurry of questions and suggestions, including direct and secret ballots. Miami

Cubans request direct and secret vote in ‘Juventud Rebelde’ forum

March 05, 2015 1:41 PM

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