Cuban emigrants in the US city of Miami, Florida, shared criteria and recognized the importance of the new Draft Constitution in their native country.
Emigrated Cubans in the US city of Miami, Florida, are preparing today for a debate on August 26 about the new Constitution project of their native country.
The scientific development of Cuba and the strengthening of popular power in the base were among the issues addressed in the continuing consultation on the draft new Constitution, a process which is now in its ninth day.
The post of the president of the Republic is one of the proposals in the Draft Constitution of Cuba, which has been discussed by the people for eight days in all 15 provinces of the country.
From August 13 to November 15, the Cuban inhabitants will have the chance to express their opinions and issue criteria on the draft of a new Constitution, a text that, if approved in a referendum, would replace the current constitution in force since 1976.
The secretary-general of the Organization of Solidarity of the People of Africa, Asia and Latin America (OSPAAAL), Lourdes Cervantes, expressed here the organization's support for draft of Cuba's new Constitution.
One of the main modifications introduced by the project of the new Cuban Constitution is the recognition of private property and foreign investment, expressed here today commercial specialist of Hotel Copacabana, Ariel Valdés.
Thousands of Cubans nationwide are buying the draft of the new Constitution a week before the beginning of popular consultations to enrich the text.
The people of Las Tunas have bought since Friday the tabloid with the Draft Constitution of the Republic of Cuba in the post offices and newsstands of this province.
All Cuban citizens, whether residents in the island or not, will have the opportunity to participate in the debates on the new Constitution project, said here today Foreign Ministry official Ernesto Soberón.