Communism in Cuba, its international impact, the democratic resistance and U.S. Cuba policy. Communism took power in Cuba through deceit and intrigue in 1959. While Fidel Castro denied he was a communist, promising to restore democracy in the island, he began consolidating totalitarian rule and exporting revolution in Latin America and Africa.Does Cuba have a democracy government?
Officially, Cuba is a people's democracy, as opposed to the " liberal democracy " of Western states. Cuba thus rejects criticism of its political system as a lack of appreciation for different forms of democracy other than those in capitalist states.Is Cuba a dictatorship country?
The answer is, yes. Cuba is a brutal dictatorship under the Castro regime. ... It is important to be clear: The Castro brothers, both Raul and Fidel, are authoritarian brutal dictators, who have imposed their absolute rule and power over the people in Cuba, since January 1959.