Cubans expected to voice unprecedented opposition in constitutional vote

A woman passes by a screen displaying images promoting the vote for "yes" for the constitutional referendum, in Havana, Cuba, February 5, 2019. Picture taken on February 5, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer

HAVANA (Reuters) – For the first time since the 1959 Revolution, Cuban voters on Sunday may express significant dissent, when they go to the polls to ratify a new constitution that institutes modest economic changes while maintaining the one-party system. Opposition to the new charter could reach a quarter of the vote, one Cuban analyst […]

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