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How Cuba Has Moved Toward Inclusive Governance
A political science PhD graduate of Harvard University, Jorge I. Dominguez served as a professor at the institution for more than 45 years. He taught undergraduate and graduate students in comparative and international political science. An accomplished author, Jorge Dominguez has also published extensively, with some of his research focusing on Cuba and its relations with the United States.

Cuba is one of the select communist states that has taken political measures to become more transparent. In 2018, President Miguel Dıaz-Canel of Cuba engineered amendments to its political constitution. One of these criteria is more detailed descriptions of top officials in Cuba's National Assembly election, including vote-getting performance.

In the first two decades of the 21st century, Cuba's Council of State and National Assembly have also incorporated inclusivity. Afro-descendants and women have an equitable opportunity in the election process as their non-Afro-descendant and male counterparts. Cuba has outperformed East Asian countries regarding female gender representation in its parliament and Council.
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