The hard work done to collect the population's opinions was recognized and congratulations extended to those who participated in organization of the consultation process
The popular consultation on the draft of a new Constitution in Cuba comes to an end Thursday after 14 weeks of meetings in neighborhoods, work centers and schools. Thousands of Cuban residing abroad also voiced their views on the newly proposed Magna Carta.
The popular consultation on the new Cuban Draft Constitution enters on Monday its last week, whose discussions will conclude on November 15.
For over almost 60 years, Cuban citizens have agreed that the state directs, foments, and promotes education, the sciences, and culture in all its manifestations
More than 383,000 inhabitants of this province of eastern Cuba participated in the popular consultation of the Draft Constitution of the Republic of Cuba that officially ended here on November 2nd.
People's consultation of the Cuban constitutional project is two weeks away from completion, a democratic exercise considered a novelty by giving citizens the right to build their own Magna Carta.
Homero Acosta Álvarez, secretary of the Cuban Council of State, says that more than seven million Cubans have participated so far in the public consultation process on the draft Constitution that began on August 13.
The protection of natural resources and the environment and their use in a rationalized and controlled way was the focus of one of the debates of the popular consultation on the new Cuban Constitution.
Cubans in over one hundred countries made until today two thousand proposals on the Constitution project, leading to substitute present Magna Carta adopted since 1976.
The salary that does not correspond to individual aspirations and reducing the retirement age are issues reiterated by Puerto Padre inhabitants, in the more than 400 popular consultation assemblies of the Constitution Project of the Republic of Cuba held in the territory.