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yes Sir no that's the choice for Cubans as they both Sunday on whether to approve a new constitution for the first time since nineteen seventy six , the new version would launch modest economic and social changes while maintaining the one party socialist system allowed its inactive reaffirming the revolution to keep up the legacy of everyone who's given their lives for our homeland and to continue to defend its ideals the proposed changes in the constitution include recognition of private property foreign investment small business gender identity , the right to legal representation upon arrest after casting his ballot in Havana Cuban president Miguel Diaz canal pulled reporters the vote comes at a critical time as the deepening crisis in Venezuela brings its ally into the crosshairs of the U. S. so I look at the moment we know what we're going through at the moment with the imperialist threat there is an intention to impose a capitalist and neo liberal platform in Latin America using the most perverse practices the vilest things observers say they expect around three quarters of voters to ratify the new constitution dissidents in exiles meanwhile campaign to reject the constitution because it entrances communism results will be announced on Monday