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1 We condemn these elections as an undemocratic farce.
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2 We support the non political party state democratic elections of the Democratic Communist Socialist Republic of La Habana Cuba, Viva Fidel, Viva Raúl and Viva La Revolución.
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La Habana Cuba Dem Communist Socialist Rep 2018 Elections

Postby La Habana Cuba » Sat Mar 10, 2018 10:19 am

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Alina Balseiro Gutiérrez, Presidenta of the National Electoral Commission Cen.
Welcome to the Democratic Communist Socialist Republic of La Habana Cuba's 2018 Provincial and Parliamentary elections website page, during 2017 the Cuban people democratically elected the 12 515 municipal delegates, during 2018 the municipal delegates nominated the 1 265 provincial candidates and the 605 parliamentary candidates to be democratically elected from thier ranks on Sunday March 11 2018, whom on Thursday April 19 will elect new president of Cuba, the vice presidents, the secretary and the council of state, when our Compañero and yours, Raúl Castro Ruz, steps down as President of Cuba, the Council of State and Council of Ministers collective.

The democratic elections in Cuba are the most democratic elections in the world, if not one of the most democratic elections in the world, foreign, national, private and government corporations, and Cuban nationals are not allowed to contribute money $ to the election candidates, the state pays $ all election related expenses, the elected candidates do not recieve a salary or special privileges, but keep thier jobs and salaries.

The Democratic Communist Socialist party of La Habana Cuba, does not govern the nation, does not nominate, chose, appoint, select or suggest the candidates, the communist party only guides the nation and the people in the democratic principles of the revolution. The legally registered independent national organizations of the masses elect the candidates, like the Committees for the Defense of the Democratic Revolution CDDRs, the Young Communist League UJC, the federation of Cuban women, the Cuban federation of workers, the writers and artist union, and the national association of private farmers ANAP, the candidates belong to more than one of these organizations including the communist party and the armed forces.

Just like the during the municipal elections, the candidates are not allowed to make promises they can keep or cant keep, are not allowed to propose legislation, are not allowed to campaign against the others, or for self, a biography of the candidates and pics, with thier names, age, occupation, voluntary work record or not for the revolution, and support or not for the revolution are posted in public spaces, for the people to see and decide.

Cuban citizens will be able to vote for one or more of the candidates on the ballot of thier districts, or for all of the candidates on the ballot of thier districts under the unity vote option, but not against any of the candidates on the ballot, as they were already democratically elected to the municipal assemblies during 2017.

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Raúl Castro Ruz, Compañeras y Compañeros, Comrades, I will step down and retire as President of Cuba on Thursday April 19 2018, the new Cuban National Assembly Parliament CNAP will chose the next democratic President of Cuba and the revolution, probably Vice President, compañero comrade, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, but I will not support or endorse any candidate, I will continue to represent Santiago de Cuba Province as a democratically elected Deputy of the Cuban National Parliament CNAP.

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My daughter, Mariela Castro Espín Guillois, has also been nominated and elected as a deputy of the Cuban National Parliament CNAP for La Habana Cuba City Province.

Keep Cuba democratic, communist, socialist and prosperous.
President, Raúl Castro Ruz.
Vice President, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez.
Cuban State Council of Ministers Collective.
Democratic Communist Socialist Republic of La Habana Cuba.

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Fidel Castro Ruz, our eternal Comandante en Jefe and yours, of the democratic communist socialist revolution for life.
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Postby La Habana Cuba » Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:03 pm

Dear President Raúl Castro Ruz, President of Cuba, and the Cuban State Council of Ministers Collective, and General of the Armed Forces, now that you are retiring, but will still remain the First Secretary of the Democratic Communist Socialist Party of La Habana Cuba, and member of the Cuban National Parliament CNAP, we ask you and urge to allow real freedoms of the press, religion and association, to allow multi political party elections like all other nations of the world, to Make Cuba Great Again, before it is too late.

Catholic Priests of the Catholic Chuch of La Habana Cuba.

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Postby La Habana Cuba » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:19 am

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The First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Democratic Communist Socialist Party of La Habana Cuba, and President of the Cuban State Council of Ministers Collective, and General of the Armed Forces, Raúl Castro Ruz votes for all the candidates on the list, under the unity vote option, in the 2018 democratic elections of La Habana Cuba.

Keep Cuba democratic communist socialist and prosperous, Viva Fidel, Viva Raúl, and Viva La Revolucion.

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Vice President Father and Son voting, the Lady Lis Cuesta might be his step mom, not his actual mom.
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Dad better Pic, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermúdez.

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Postby La Habana Cuba » Sun Mar 11, 2018 9:50 am

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Cuban Lady votes.

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Young Cuban votes, the son of Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez.

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Elderly Cuban votes.

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The next democratically elected President of Cuba,
Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez votes, keep Cuba democratic communist socialist and prosperous, Viva Fidel, Viva Raúl and Viva La Revolucion.
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Postby Fostoria » Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:33 pm

"Oh, when will you learn... My first act in my position had to be declaring "Democratic Communist Socialists" terrorists in my country because they assassinated my predecessor. It's needless to say that I have heavily augmented my security staff, but Marxism can only lead to trouble. From 1941 to 1975, a communist dictator led our nation and our North Fostorian brothers into ruin. After his death, a socialist republic was established that only improved the government by ending the random shootings, and it took an extremely disappointed army Marshal to end the chaos. My government is currently in the process of reuniting all of the Fostorian peoples under a benevolent Grand Imperial Crown." -Geronimo XIII of Fostoria
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Postby La Habana Cuba » Tue Mar 20, 2018 2:50 pm

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Alina Balseiro Gutiérrez, Presidenta of the National Electoral Commission Cen, official results of the 2018 democratic provincial and national elections, all candidates on the ballot must receive at least 50.00 % plus one vote of all valid votes cast, the minimum voting age is 16 years old, voter turnout 7 399 891 85.65 % of 8 639 989 eligible voters, voting for all 605 candidates on the ballot under the unity vote option 5 620 713 80.44 %, voting for one or more of the candidates on the ballot under the selective vote option 1 366 328 19.56 %, voting against any of the candidates on the ballot 0 - 00.00 %, as all the 605 candidates were previously democratically elected to the municipal assemblies of peoples power, and 1 625 were elected to provincial assemblies, out of the 12 515 municipal assembly delegates.

53.22 % are women, the second highest percentage in the world after Rwanda, 40.50 % are Mulatos and Afro Cubans, 59.50 % white of mostly Spaniard Euro descent.

The Democratic Communist Socialist Party of La Habana Cuba, does not chose, select, appoint or suggest the candidates, The Democratic Communist Socialist Party does not govern the nation, it only guides the nation and the people in the democratic principles of the revolution.

All candidates belong to at least one or more of the legally registered independent non governmental social organizations of the masses NGOs, like the Committees for the Defense of the Democratic Revolution CDDRs, the workers unions, the women's unions, the artist and journalist unions, the Young Communist League, and the independent small agricultural Guajiro farmers union ANAP, which are all legally registered independent autonomous social organizations of the Democratic Communist Socialist Party of La Habana Cuba and the masses.

0 319 956 - 03.70 % Blanks 319 956 - 03.70 %
1 240 098 - 14.35 % Not voting 1 240 098 - 14.35 %

1 560 054 - 18.06 % Wasted votes 1 560 054 - 18.06 %
0 092 894 - 01.08 % Annulled 92 894 - 01.08 %
1 652 948 - 19.13 % Total wasted votes 1 652 948 - 19.13 %
6 987 041 - 80.87 % Valid votes 6 987 041 - 80.87 %
7 399 891 - 85.65 % Total ballots deposited 7 399 891 - 85.65 %
8 639 989 - Eligible voters 8 639 989

After subtracting deceased voters, excluded voters for criminal offenses, and adjusting for voters who voted in over 141 special districts out side of thier municipios, so they wont be counted twice the number of elegible voters was reduced to 8 639 989 out of the preliminary eligible voters of 8 926 575

5 620 713 - 80.44 % Unity votes for all 605 candidates on the ballot 5 620 713 - 80.44 %
1 366 328 - 19.56 % Selective votes for one or more candidates on the ballot 1 366 328 - 19.56 %

Votes against the candidates 0 - 00.00 % as all the candidates were previously democratically elected as members of the Municipal Assemblies of Peoples Power.

0 092 894 - 01.08 % Annulled 92 894 - 01.08 %
0 319 956 - 03.70 % Blanks 319 956 - 03.70 %
0 412 850 - 04.78 % Annulled and Blanks 04.78 %
1 240 098 - 14.35 % Not voting 1 240 098 - 14.35 %

1 652 948 - 19.13 % Annulled Blanks and Not Voting 1 652 948 - 19.13 %
6 987 041 - 80.87 % Valid Votes 6 987 041 - 80.87 %

1 560 054 - 18.06 % Wasted votes 1 560 054 - 18.06 %
1 652 948 - 19.13 % Total wasted votes 1 652 948 - 19.13 %

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86 years old, President Raúl Castro Ruz, elected with 98.77 % of the votes for, to 0 against, 00.00 %, 57 years old, First Vice President, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, elected with 92.85 % of the votes for, to 0 votes against, 00.00 %

On Thursday April 19 2018 I will step down and retire as President of Cuba, and the Cuban state Council of Ministers collective, the democratically elected National Assembly Parliament CNAP, will democratically elect the new President of Cuba, probably 57 years old, Vice President and Comrade, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, one day before his birthday, but I will not endorse or support any candidate.

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My daughter, Mariela Castro Espín Guillois, elected with 83.98 % of the votes for, to 0 votes against, 00.00 %

Keep Cuba Democratic Communist Socialist and Prosperous.
Democratic Communist Socialist Republic of La Habana Cuba.

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Our eternal Comandante en Jefe and Yours, of the Democratic Communist Socialist Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz.

Fidel Castro Ruz, our eternal Comandante en Jefe and yours, of the democratic communist socialist revolution for life.
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