NACHO LOZANO, TELEMUNDO: In Cuba, they cannot vote for their employees in government. Yes, because administrators, public servants, are elected at the polls. That is- those who attain office in order to serve their bosses- which are the voters. In Cuba, it’s the other way around. Which, by the way, Republican legislators in the U.S. were recently condemning restrictions on the island (of Cuba)- and I remembered the legislation that seeks to restrict (voting rights) in Texas as well as in a dozen states, but well...that’s a whole other ball of restrictive wax.