Interview with the President of the National Assembly of the People’s Power Commission on Constitutional and Judicial Affairs Dr. José Luis Toledo Santander
Cubans will cast their ballots in the coming general elections in some 24,360 polling stations placed in the over 12,515 districts of the country
At seven sharp this morning, 24,646 polling stations scattered throughout Cuba opened their doors to allow over eight million Cubans to exercise their right to vote at the municipal elections.
Over 19 600 residents of mountainous areas in Sancti Spiritus are expected to exercise their right to vote this April 19th.
In order to guarantee the success of partial elections of the People’s Power, scheduled for April 19, a dynamic test intended to finalize organizational details took place across Cuba on Sunday.
The number of women and youth candidates nominated for the position of delegates to the Municipal Assemblies of the People’s Power has been reported as greater this year in Sancti Spiritus.
The process to nominee candidates for delegates of the People’s Power begins today in Cuba, as a prior step for the April partial elections.
About 24,701 polling stations were constituted in Cuba for April partial elections, to elect the delegates of the Municipal Assemblies of the People’s Power.
The Provincial Electoral Commission (CEP, in Spanish), was constituted this Thursday in the central province of Sancti Spiritus, prior to the upcoming partial election process to be carried out next April 19th.
Provincial electoral commissions will be constituted on Thursday in solemn meetings throughout Cuba, aimed at the successful development of elections of delegates to the municipal assemblies of the People’s Power, convened for April 19. Ruben Perez, vice-president of the National Electoral Commission (CEN), told ACN that the authorities of the Special Municipality of the Isle […]