Argentine Nobel Peace Prize Adolfo Pérez Esquivel pointed out that Cuba today has the possibility of improving and deepening its Revolution, referring to the process of the project of a new constitution that the Caribbean island is immersed in.
A frequent topic of discussion in constitutional reform debates underway across the country is the issue of limiting the concentration of wealth
While proclamation of the country's new Constitution is still several months away, Granma summarizes the steps to be taken
The press and journalists will play a decisive role in the constitutional reform consultation which began August 13 across the country, the most decisive civic test of recent years, according to experts and professionals who spoke during a conference yesterday, August 15.
The associates of the Calixto Sarduy agricultural production cooperative (CPA) and other inhabitants of the community of Becerra, north of Las Tunas, began the popular consultation of the Draft Constitution of the Republic of Cuba in this eastern Cuban city.
Carlos Rafael Miranda Martinez, national coordinator of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), the Cuban largest grassroots organization, insisted on the importance of all the members to attend the neighborhood debates, regardless if they also do it at their workplaces or study centers.
Clearly evident in the proposed constitutional reform is the updating of Cuba's economic model, based on documents approved during the Seventh Party Congress which point toward a more just society
Cubans began on Monday a nation-wide public discussion around the text of a new constitution for the island that's revealing a truly participatory angle to democracy here.
All Cubans will be a constituent in the popular referendum that will begin on Monday on the draft of the constitution of Cuba, said Marcela González, member of the national team for processing the proposals.
During a press conference yesterday, at the historic Belen Jesuit College, where Fidel studied, now the Technical-Military Academy, representatives of the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR) and the Ministry of the Interior (Minint) announced that discussion of the proposed new Constitution will begin August 13 in these institutions, as it will around the country.