Cuba has taken another step towards the end of the Castro era, with millions of residents
voting for ward delegates to municipal assemblies.
Sunday's poll came a day after the first anniversary of the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.
It also precedes another vote next February for provincial and national assembly deputies.
The new national assembly, where 50 percent of the deputies must be ward delegates,
is expected to select a new president to replace Raul Castro, Fidel's 86-year-old younger brother,
who has said he will step down after serving two five-year terms.