Official Cuba Election Results inFebruary 8, 2013 | Print |
HAVANA TIMES — In Cuba’s recent national elections, Havana ended up being the province with the largest number of invalid votes, according to official results released Friday by the Granma newspaper.
Invalid ballots from the capital amounted to 107,056 for the election of deputies to Parliament, and 108,918 in the case of the delegates to the Provincial Assemblies of People’s Power.
Official figures indicated a 90.88 percent turnout nationally, which means almost 800,000 voters failed to go to the polls.
All 612 candidates to the national parliament were elected as well as all the 1,269 candidates to the provincial assemblies.