OFFICIAL VOICE OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CUBA CENTRAL COMMITTEE

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There is no future without the past

The only, definitive independence Cubans celebrate is that achieved on January 1, 1959, with the leadership of our undefeated Comandante en Jefe Fidel Castro Ruz. Someone failed to tell Donald Trump this, before he congratulated the Cuban people for their independence on May 20.

A weak body weakens the mind

The sooner physical education begins, the greater the benefits in advanced age

What normalization of relations are we talking about?

It is disrespectful and inconsistent that a country which decides to restore, after more than 50 years, diplomatic relations with another, attempt to subvert the internal order of this other and promote regime change

A democratic, participative process

A few facts on the consultation process which led to the Party Central Committee's approval of the principle documents guiding the updating of Cuba's economic and social model

Six Cuban baseball players to feature in Can-Am League

Players from Cuba’s national youth team will compete in the League, as well the traditional tournament against the United States. An Under-18 squad from the island will also participate in a tournament held in Quebec prior to the World Cup of this division

Golden women

Only 40 countries have won more than 10 gold medals in the Olympics, and Cuban women have won 12

Debate on Cuba’s future underway

During the recent 7th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba, it was agreed that the Draft Conceptualization of the Cuban Economic and Social Model and the National Economic and Social Development Plan through 2030 would be submitted to a process of democratic consultation across Cuban society

Almagro, the OAS, and the stench of sulphur

How can it be possible for an organization that violates its very own institutional procedures to assert that a state is suffering the alteration of its democratic order?

Cuba and the 2017 World Classic

Reaching a contractual agreement which enables Cubans to play baseball in the United States without renouncing their country and people, and to represent their nation in international competitions and national tournaments, as long as schedules don’t clash, would be a genuine contribution to efforts to normalize relations and a indisputable demonstration of good will, a fundamental principle of global sports

My dream is a Caribbean Series in Cuba

President of the Caribbean Baseball Confederation Juan Francisco Puello Herrera, shares a common dream with many players, journalists, and participating baseball federations of the Caribbean Series – to see the event hosted by Cuba