Artemisa, Cuba - This Sunday, from 7:00 o'clock in the morning 108 electoral colleges in the municipality of Bahia Honda opened their doors to welcome more than 32 000 voters who exercise their right to vote.
At that time and simultaneously in all mass media of the country was heard the National Anthem, which was sung at each Electoral College to give the opening to these partial elections.
The members of the electoral tables, previously sworn on their positions and them were checked the polls and their sealing, what happened under the sight of the voters present in that moment at the place.
In the municipality of Bahía Honda were nominated 153 delegates to the structure of municipal government, 94 of them women, 35 young, and 54 current delegates to the municipal assembly and 4 to the provincial assembly.
Until 6:00 pm voters will have the opportunity of go to the polls to choose freely and democratically who can represent them in the best way during the next 2 years and half.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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