Last details are being set up in Cuba ahead of the election on Nov. 26 for the People’s Power Assembly seats, after the electoral commission organized a trial run of the election or voter. Among the activities are reviewing voter lists, checking updated electoral manuals, testing lines of communication, and reviewing responsibilities for electoral board members. Cubans will choose representatives from over 27,000 candidates that will compete for 605 assembly seats.
Pedro Viltres Perez, vice president of the National Electoral Commission said they worked on assuring transportation for staff to ensure a successful election.
The trial run included a practice vote count with the participation of some 50,000 people at 1,540 polling stations across the metropolitan area of Havana.