The aim is to contribute to the success of the democratic exercise, the National Electoral Council (CEN) reported, quoted by Juventud Rebelde newspaper.
According to Cuba’s Electoral Law, these structures are opened in places with a large influx of people, such as terminals, student residences, hospitals, and tourist facilities.
They also ensure that those people who cannot attend the corresponding polling stations due to work, and educational or personal reasons, could attend a peculiar polling one.
Next Sunday, more than 23,600 polling stations will open across the country, according to the CEN.
Cubans will elect that date their lawmakers to the National Assembly of People’s Power (Parliament).
Those chosen will elect the country’s president and vice president and continue with the legislative development of the Constitution.