Parliamentary elections are scheduled to be held in Cuba in 2023 to elect members of the National Assembly of People’s Power. They will be the first elections since 1976 in which neither Fidel nor Raúl Castro are involved. Miguel Díaz-Canel succeeded Raúl Castro, brother of Fidel Castro, as the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba on 19 April 2021, marking the end of the Castro era in Cuba.
In the 2018 parliamentary elections, 80% of voters voted for the full list and 20% for only selected candidates.
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