While the Castroite will say that in his country 16 year olds vote (something different from the majority of the world where the minimum age to do so is greater) and that their choices were more crowded (because more than 90% of the population voted on these), all major British parties will respond that there was no competition from Parties in theseprograms and alternatives to Government and that every candidate should have gone through a series of filters as well as not attacking single-party system. If you have read about medical billing already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Raul and Gordon are transitional figures. The first will meet June 3, 77 years of age. He is only 3 years of reaching the age to had his brother when he temporarily ceded power and 5 years to have that Fidel now has. The Castro needed to prepare the conditions for a new younger leader happens them and can stay to the model.

Brown is only almost two years more in charge and everything indicates that in the upcoming British general election he will not keep the current number of MPs asserting control labour. This could lead to a situation in which the reds will stay in power but weakened it with either a slight or no absolute majority or having to share the Government with others (as Liberals), and even, too, that David Cameron depusiese them. The future of them, is also linked to the polls that November has the mega-power that is halfway from both. If U.S. WINS White House McCain will maintain the blockade and hostility towards Cuba and London will be making certain limited (although not great) clearences. If Obama leads Democrats to Washington he will seek to improve the relations with both (which today are hard to Havana and already not so warm before a London post-Blair). As we have seen Gordon and Raul despite being Socialists with strategies very different have in common have arrived to lead their Nations to have been long time seconds in power and without that there is no popular vote. Both, moreover, have another thing in common.

The two feel the need of pro-market reforms that give incentives to foreign investment and decreasing the number of State bodies, although it affects a series of social benefits (those who have previously served to create their social bases of support). Raul and Gordon share another element in common. Do not have oratory and charisma of his predecessors, but they are very good stewards, calculators and unit operators.

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