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How is a pretext for a cold war manufactured?

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Last year, the U.S. asserted that its diplomatic personnel in Cuba had been affected by “sonic attacks,” an accusation that has been developed in the media in an attempt to justify launching a Cold War.

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Involving everyone in the commemoration of Havana’s 500 years

Habana aniversario

Involving everyone, the population as well as national, provincial, and municipal entities, in efforts to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Havana is a challenge, but the key to a better realization of the project.

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Quality services and care must define public health institutions

Servicios salud reuni´´on

It is possible that on occasion insufficient financial resources are available to carry out some efforts, but what can never be lacking in Cuba’s public health institutions is attention to detail in services offered, and care of medical equipment and facilities to prevent their unnecessary deterioration.

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A government committed to serving the people

Diaz canel visita V Clara final

Santa Clara, Villa Clara.–Nothing could have been more natural for Villa Clara than the profound debates that took place yesterday during the analysis of the two-day central government visit to the province which included several sites of economic and social importance and interaction with the population in the province. The delegation was led by Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez and Salvador Valdés Mesa, President and Vice President, respectively, of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers.

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The popular debate will determine the Constitution’s content

canel v Clara

The importance of the discussions taking place across the country of the Draft Constitution, approved by the National Assembly of People’s Power, was highlighted by Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, who led a government delegation on a two-day visit to Villa Clara, to check progress on important economic and social programs.

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New Cuban Constitution, for a society in which no one loses

Constitucion

Cuba is expanding rights, transforming its state structure to better respond to citizens concerns, and adapting legislation to match changes which have taken place over the last decade in the country’s economy to function within the difficult international situation. Since August 13, Fidel is being honored with a popular debate in which the entire people is acting as a constituent body, discussing a proposal that has already been the subject of extended debate in the National Assembly.

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Díaz-Canel leads working meeting with Government Councils and central state enterprise management

Diaz con Empresarios

Miguel Díaz-Canel, President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, led a working meeting yesterday with government authorities and central state enterprise management. Analysis of projections for the economy over the rest of the year and directives to guide 2019 planning were addressed during the meeting, also attended by José Ramón Machado Ventura, second secretary of the Party.

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Venezuela’s monetary reconversion to dismantle neoliberal capitalism

Nicolas Maduro

The process of monetary reconversion in Venezuela is now a reality. Being implemented gradually as the Economic Cabinet adjusted details related to its entrance into effect, it will lay the basis for the Economic Recovery, Growth, and Prosperity Program that will dismantle the neoliberal capitalism which some have hoped to impose on the country. The

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U.S. recognizes negative impact of its policy toward Cuba

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Both the negative impact of staff reductions at the U.S. embassy in Cuba, as well as the harshness of its warning on travel to the country, were acknowledged recently in Washington, leading to a memorandum from the Congressional Research Service, in the first case, and a new travel warning category established by the State Department.

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The path to proclamation for Cuba’s new Constitution

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The popular consultation has begun, and streets, workplaces, schools, and even houses have become places to debate, legislate, and take charge of the times to come.

Still several months away is the proclamation of the country’s new Constitution, one of the world’s most modern, as specialists in the field have said, given the additions proposed by the commission charged with writing the first draft, which was subsequently approved by the National Assembly of People’s Power.