The country’s 168 recently elected Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power were constituted yesterday, May 13, with the investiture of delegates elected by some 7.5 million Cubans, this past April 19 and 26. Municipal delegates reaffirmed their responsibility to supervise and give direction to the municipal administration and local economic entities.
TECHNICAL-PROFESSIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Some 80,000 students enrolled in vocational programs
Cuba is hosting the XIII Latin American University Extension Congress, which began yesterday June 1, at Havana’s Convention Center, with more than 400 delegates from 20-some countries in attendance.
Cuban women, known for their discipline, tenacity and beauty, can be counted on to fulfill any responsibility
The 10th Congress of the Cuban Young Communist League came to a close on July 19, with special recognitions for Fidel, Raúl and Machado Ventura
FMC 54th ANNIVERSARY
Celebrated August 21 was the historic unity and shared work of the country’s largest mass organization – the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) – and the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC), during an event held to honor women who serve on the CDR National Executive Secretariat, held at the organization’s museum in Havana.
Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers and a member of the Party Central Committee Political Bureau,
or the Cuban State and civil society, crimes related to people trafficking and other forms of sexual abuse are of maximum priority, and confronted with policy of “Zero Tolerance,” according to the second report presented on November 18
During a forum entitled ‘Youth and the Americas we want’ yesterday, March 25, young Cuban students, workers, artists and social leaders discussed their realities, offering opinions and proposals to be shared at the Summit if the Americas Youth Forum, to be held in Panama, April 8-10, which Cuba will be attending for the first time.
Steps being taken in Havana include clearing storm sewers, pruning trees, monitoring rivers and streams, increasing public information, and assuring food supplies