Cuba in Zambia

New Cuban constitution triggers process of electing leaders

By Larry Moonze, The Mast, 15 April 2019. CUBA is expected to install a Prime Minister and other executive members before the end of the year in accordance with the new Republican Constitution. Communist Party of Cuba First Secretary Raul Castro says mandated at the beginning of 2020, are the election of provincial governors and vice-governors, and the designation of superintendents by municipal assemblies.

We’ll never abandon Venezuela – Castro By The Mast on April 14, 2019

RAUL Castro says the Venezuelan government and the Chavista people are writing admirable chapters of resistance. The Communist Party of Cuba First Secretary asked Cubans to remain alert and aware that “we could face additional difficulties and that the situation could worsen in coming months” in view of US aggression against the island.

We’ll never abandon Venezuela – Castro

The Mast, 14 April 2019. RAUL Castro says the Venezuelan government and the Chavista people are writing admirable chapters of resistance. The Communist Party of Cuba First Secretary asked Cubans to remain alert and aware that “we could face additional difficulties and that the situation could worsen in coming months” in view of US aggression against the island.

THE CONSTITUTION WE PROCLAIM GUARANTEES THE CONTINUITY OF THE REVOLUTION AND THE IRREVOCABILITY OF OUR SOCIALISM

Granma, April 11, 2019. As he did in 1976, Raúl Castro Ruz, first Party secretary again had the honor of proclaiming Cuba’s new Constitution in an extraordinary session of the National Assembly of People’s Power, yesterday April 10. Also in attendance were President of the Councils of Ministers and State Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez; José Ramón Machado Ventura, Party second secretary; and National Assembly President Esteban Lazo.

It’s our duty to protect and preserve peace – Diaz-Canel

Thye Mast, 4 April 2019. CUBAN President Miguel Diaz-Canel has told his Association of Caribbean States peers that the current situation of confrontation and threats will be overcome. He told the VIII Meeting of the Association of Caribbean States on Saturday in Managua, Nicaragua that “fragility and ferocity distinguish us” and that “fragility and ferocity unite us” and that unity made them stronger.

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