Cuba's parliament accepts new suffrage


Havana – The Cuban Parliament has adopted a new electoral law, which provides for the future of the socialist island nation both a president and a head of government. The one-party system is retained. MEPs unanimously adopted the new law, which will also limit their own terms to two five-year mandates. The offices of a president and head of government were abolished in 1976 with the adoption of the socialist constitution.


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