During the Second Extraordinary Session of the National Assembly’s Ninth Legislature, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, Party first secretary, formally accepted the new Constitution of the Republic, which now governs the country's legal system.

Summary of events that took place in 2019 and the impact of government measures adopted as part of the updating of Cuba’s economic model

The new Families Code, conceived from a less dogmatic, human rights perspective will provide protection for all, regardless of the family model they choose to constructThe most significant problems evident today, which must be addressed in the new Families Code, are related to the recognition of all forms of family organization; parental and kinship relations, as well as protection of the elderly and disabled

María Antonia Muñoz Ojeda

“The stronger and fierce it is, the more I love him; it is the greatest to me,” she says with such passion that you immediately discover how much they know each other. María Antonia Muñoz Ojeda has always been linked to the sea, she knows about fishing, ships and everything that concerns the coast.

The doves resting on the podium where he spoke and on the Comandante’s shoulders are still a symbol of the beginning of a hopeful, unprecedented chapter in the country's history

When Fidel and his bearded troops, steeled in battle against the dictatorship, reached the Columbia base, January 8, 1959, an exacting stage in the national liberation struggle came to an end and a hopeful, unprecedented chapter in the country's history began.

Alejandro Gil, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Planning

To say, once again, that the Cuban economy should grow around 0.5% in 2019 is not a simple repetition. Returning to the figure, in this case, serves to recognize its significance, although seen alone, it does not tell us much, nor does it impact Cubans’ quality of life in an appreciable way.