The referendum on Cuba''s new Constitution continues on Sunday in several countries, an exercise in which diplomats, cooperators and students already voted in over 100 nations on Saturday 16.
The referendum takes place today in all Cuban embassies and will end in Cuba on February 24, on the 124th anniversary of the Cry of Baire, which marked the resumption of the national wars for independence, which was finally achieved in January 1959.
The new Magna Carta recognizes that in our society different types of families coexist, and introduces rights and regulations assumed from that plurality.
Cuba's Identification, Immigration and Foreign Affairs Direction has offered on Friday a consultation service to update data of citizens who will vote in the constitutional referendum.
The list of voters who will participate the February 24 referendum on Cuba's new Constitution will be released as of January 16, local radio reported on Monday.
The Cuban government printed 3.1 million copies of the new Constitution in a tabloid format that will be for sale before the February 24´s referendum.
Next February 24, patriotic date, designing the approval of the first Cuban constitution 150 years ago, over eight million Cubans are summoned to vote in a referendum to support the new Constitution of the Republic that was approved last December 22 by the National Assembly of the People's Power.
The seventeen members of the National Electoral Commission, appointed by the Cuban Council of State to organize and conduct the national referendum on the new Constitution of the Republic, assumed their posts Friday, December 28th.
The members of the National Electoral Commission, chaired by Alina Balseiro Gutiérrez, will take office on December 28
After the approval of the new Constitution by the deputies, Esteban Lazo, President of the National Assembly of People's Power, summoned Cuban citizens with electoral rights to the referendum on the Magna Carta, which will take place on Sunday, February 24, 2019.