How does cuba elect a government?

They start with non-partisan candidates in municipal elections. Then you have the national elections in which up to 50% of the delegates must be picked by municipal assemblies. The other candidates are proposed by nominating assemblies and the representatives represent workers, women, students, youth, and farmers, as well as members of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution after a meeting for a first list of names. there's one candidate for every seat(614). Candidates must get at least 50% of the votes or else there is another meeting for a sceond name list to help fill the remaining seats. Despite fair elections, they have never had to have a second names list.