Cuba in Barbados

The Special Electoral Commission was established in Barbados for the celebration of the Constitutional Referendum

The Commission after taking the oath of office

On the afternoon of Saturday, January 12, 2019, the electorate of Cubans met in Barbados and proceeded to install the Special Electoral Commission of that constituency for the Constitutional Referendum, whose vote must be held next Sunday, February 17, which was installed and took the oath of office before the electorate.

The members of the Electoral Commission of Circumscription are the following:

President: Sergio de Jesús Jorge Pastrana

Secretary: Liliana María Wong Servio

Vocal: Olegario Isaac Oliva Bacallao.

The Special Electoral Commission was established in Barbados for the celebration of the Constitutional Referendum

The Commission after taking the oath of office

On the afternoon of Saturday, January 12, 2019, the electorate of Cubans met in Barbados and proceeded to install the Special Electoral Commission of that constituency for the Constitutional Referendum, whose vote must be held next Sunday, February 17, which was installed and made the oath of office before the electorate.

They members of the Electoral Commission of Circumscription are the following:

President: Sergio de Jesús Jorge Pastrana

Secretary: Liliana María Wong Servio

Vocal: Olegario Isaac Oliva Bacallao.

Anniversary 60 of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution and other ephemerides celebrated in Barbados.

Leaders of the solidarity movements with the ambassadors.

On January 1st the President of the Solidarity Movement with Cuba, David Denny and other local leaders of various progressive movements organized an activity in the town of Haynesville, Parish of St James, in Barbados, to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution, the 115th Anniversary of the Independence of Haiti as a victory of the Haitian Revolution, and the last day of the celebration of Kwanza that honors the legacy of African migration to America, made by force through slavery and with the enormous cost in lives with which the colonial powers erected thei

The Governor General of Barbados bid farewell the Cuban Ambassador.

Her Excellency Dame Sandra Prunella Mason, Governor General of Barbados, bid farewell to the Cuban ambassador, Francisco Fernández Peña, and to the consul Ana Labaut, upon finishing their four-year diplomatic mission in the country. The occasion was propitious to exchange on the most relevant historical moments of bilateral relations, which will soon be 46 years since its establishment in 1972, as well as the current prospects for its development, which was ratified by the Governor when highlighting the first official meeting recently held in New York by the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley, and the President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez.

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