Cuba’s government only allows one political party – the communist party. No election campaigns are allowed. But within this system Cubans do technically have voting rights.
As long as they are not mentally disabled or imprisoned, all citizens over the age of 16 can vote in the elections for the municipal assembly, the provincial assemblies and the national assembly. There are no presidential elections. It’s hard also to tell how much corruption is a factor in the current election processes. The National Assembly is the commissioned institution to select the President
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