Voting in communist Cuba: The Castro dictatorship’s fraudulent electoral system

Via Martí Noticias (my translation):

That’s how they vote in Cuba

As part of the delegation from the group Electoral Transparency, Argentine political scientist Leandro Querido gave a copy of his new book, “That’s How They Vote in Cuba,” to OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro during his visit to the organization’s headquarters in Washington.

“The purpose of my book was to cover everything that has to do with the electoral process in Cuba during the 2017-2018 period,” said the author in an interview with Radio Martí’s correspondent in Buenos Aires, Carlos Cabana Cal.

“Cuba is a small North Korea,” said the author after explaining his book is based on testimony he collected inside Cuba. The book was co-edited by the Latin American Center for Openings and Development (CADAL), which is headquartered in Buenos Aires. The book can be downloaded from the CADAL website. 

“The electoral system in Cuba is a restricted system, of manufactured elections, manufactured results, where it is known beforehand who will be elected because it is definitely a small group of people who make the decisions,” said Querido. He added that in the region “there are elections held in a democratic framework, a competitive framework, but there are also elections held in authoritarian and totalitarian frameworks.”

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