More than 40 debates about the new Constitution Project, which is subject to consultation with the people on the island from last August, will take place at the University of Las Tunas from September 13 to October 24.
Cubans working abroad or residing outside the island continue today participating in debates about a new constitution for the Caribbean country.
The residents of the rural community of Mejías, northeast of Jobabo, discussed the Constitutional Project and exposed their criteria to enrich it as part of the sovereign exercise of the people to propose changes to the draft of the new Magna Carta.
Cuban workers involved in passenger transport today held a meeting in this capital to issue criteria on the draft of the new Constitution, supporting the amendment to the new Magna Carta.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel termed as broad and thorough the public debates on the proposed draft Constitution, taking place in workplaces and communities across Cuba since last August 13th.
In a successful meeting, leaders and workers of the Assembly of People´s Power and the Directorate of Economy and Planning made 19 proposals to modify the content of the Constitution Project, in popular consultation since last August 13th.
The narrow and unpaved street, a few blocks from the Tanque de Buena Vista, was blocked by the crowd. The neighbors waited until the last moment to occupy the chairs. "Come on!," Invited one of the organizers; and little by little the empty positions were filled. Some of the attendants took advantage of the stairs and improvised a grandstand; the rest, settled around. The flag! ," exclaimed without restraint a little girl with irreverent hair, while pointing to the National Insignia that presided over the meeting to debate the Draft Constitution of the Republic.
The popular consultation of the new Cuban Draft Constitution enters fourth week, during which the beginning of discussions in universities and schools of the country is foreseen.
Cuban aid workers in Angola are debating the constitutional reform under way in their country and expressing their criteria today to improve the letter of the document that would replace the Magna Carta in force since 1976.
The possibility that Cuban residents abroad can give their opinion about the new Draft Constitution is part today of a significant process of rapprochement among all, one of those people stated.