In 1902, Cuba became an independent Republic under the watchful eye of the USA. Cuba has had several Constitution revisions since 1902. These Constitutions can be viewed on the Internet from several sources, including the US Library of Congress.The Government of Cuba today is socialist (Marxist and Communist are not terms often employed by Cuba today). There is only one political party: the Cuban Communist Party or PCC.
There are three divisions: (1) Executive Branch: chief
of state: President of the Council of State and President of the Council
of Ministers Fidel CASTRO Ruz (Prime Minister from February 1959 until
24 February 1976 when office was abolished; President since December
2,1976); First Vice President of the Council of State and First Vice
President of the Council of Ministers Gen. Raul CASTRO Ruz (since 2
December 2,1976); The president is both the chief of state and head
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