Cuban People Overwhelmingly Vote To Preserve Single Party System In Exchange For More Socialism

A constitutional referendum in Cuba passed with 86.85 percent of ballots in favor, 9 percent opposed, and 4.5 percent of ballots blank or spoiled.1 Opposition to the new consitution is being portrayed in the Anglophone press as not a preference for the old consitution, but a dislike for the crowd in power, who will remain in power under the new structure (archived).

As in democratic Venezuela and everywhere else, entrenched socialism polls very well among those dependent on it.

  1. Does "your" democracy report this last category of ballots or do they engage in voodoo to "intrepret the voter's intent" Florida style?  

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