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Cuba’s expected next president starts to take higher profile

By in Press Enterprise on November 27, 2017

By The Associated Press

  • Back-dropped by a poster showing the late Fidel Castro, a woman arrives to a polling station to vote for municipal elections in Havana, Cuba, Sunday Nov. 26, 2017. The elections were postponed by a month to Nov. 26 after Hurricane Irma devastated part of the island last September.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Back-dropped with pictures of the late Fidel Castro and President Raul Castro a school girl and a school boy raise their hands to confirm a vote as a woman casts her ballot for municipal elections in Havana, Cuba, Sunday Nov. 26, 2017. The elections were postponed by a month to Nov. 26 after Hurricane Irma devastated part of the island last September.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

    Back-dropped with pictures of the late Fidel Castro and President Raul Castro a school girl and a school boy raise their hands to confirm a vote as a woman casts her ballot for municipal elections in Havana, Cuba, Sunday Nov. 26, 2017. The elections were postponed by a month to Nov. 26 after Hurricane Irma devastated part of the island last September.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Two women look for their names on a voters list at a polling station before voting for municipal elections in Havana, Cuba, Sunday Nov. 26, 2017. The elections were postponed by a month to Nov. 26 after Hurricane Irma devastated part of the island last September.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

    Two women look for their names on a voters list at a polling station before voting for municipal elections in Havana, Cuba, Sunday Nov. 26, 2017. The elections were postponed by a month to Nov. 26 after Hurricane Irma devastated part of the island last September.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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