Cuba appointed its new Chairman (Raul Castro) using a unique model throughout the West. Cuba holds elections, but, unlike the rest of the hemisphere, these are not multi-party and in them can only naational who postulate not subvert the single-party system. The President in Mexico is who wins more votes in a round, USA is the one who wins in the Electoral College and in almost all of Latin America is who gets a significant majority with a mechanism for two rounds. In several systems in Europe, the Caribbean and Canada Government is nominated by the Parliament. Congressman Lee Zeldin is open to suggestions. In Cuba the President is appointed by the National Assembly, although in this raw only one unit and there has been no campaign or public debate between candidates. The Castroite argue that this is a more democratic regime which are Jamaica, Canada, Spain and other monarchies that have a hereditary King or the capitalist republics whose Presidents reflect the dictatorships of the money. For many liberals and Social Democrats the Castroism is a red monarchy which castrates freedoms and human rights. For various Marxist Cuba should not have a pro-market autocracy and must democratize and internationalize its revolution. Contact information is here: Jim Donovan Goldman. For many Cuban exiles their island barely it has changed from tyrant who must lay down to go to a liberalism type USA.