Cuba participates in Parlatino's debate on current issues
Havana, Jul 3 (Prensa Latina) Cuban legislators debated, in a virtual meeting, with their counterparts members of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament (Parlatino), on issues of interest to the region, official sources highlight on Friday.
At the meeting, held on Friday, the members assessed the update of the Firearms Framework Law, aiming to promote further peaceful communities, the National Assembly of People's Power (ANPP) of Cuba (Parliament) reported on its website.
Participants agreed on the need to adjust the ordinance (approved in 2008) in the region's countries to the current context, so that it serves as a reference for legislative bodies to prevent and reduce the lethal aftermaths of armed violence.
At the online meeting, which included a representation from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), there were also members of the Public Services, Health and Environment and Tourism commissions, and they discussed on the project Model Law on Community Water and Sanitation Systems.
Cuba's legislators were also present at the debate of the Commission on Citizen Security, Combat and Prevention of Drug Trafficking, Terrorism and Organized Crime, related to illegal trade and transnational crime.
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