Every day we must remember the heroes and martyrs, our founders, referents and paradigms, Palacios specified when making the conclusions of the central act for the 33rd anniversary of the movement, held in the Principal Theater, one of the architectural jewels of the city .
Thanks to Sancti Spíritus for what it has done all this time, which is why it is the venue for this act, he said, and recognized that being a Martian is feeling his work, loving it and applying it.
He conveyed congratulations on behalf of the National Directorate of the MJM, the National Bureau of the Union of Young Communists (UJC) and the Office of the Martí Program, for being this province the most outstanding in the work of the aforementioned movement for two consecutive years.
He highlighted the importance of showing a true character, which according to his own words goes through ethics, the vocation of justice and being worthy.
That is what Martí calls us to do, he specified, indicating that the 169th anniversary of the birth of the Apostle of independence, the most universal of all Cubans, will be celebrated on the 28th.
He recalled the close friendship that united Martí and the Hero of the three Cuban wars of independence against Spanish colonialism, Serafín Sánchez born in Sancti Spiritus.
Cuba must continue to be a headlight, because we are committed to socialism, social justice and equality, with everyone and for the good of all, as Martí expressed, he argued.
The Provincial Council of said movement, with the approval of the UJC Bureau in the territory, awarded the Abdala prize -a dramatic poem written by Martí- to outstanding educational and cultural institutions, and to Arley Rodríguez, a doctor at the Gaviota Complex.
Other institutions were recognized, such as the branch of the José Martí Cultural Society, and La Colmena Espirituana Dueños de la Felicidad, as well as the venue for the national act received by Orlando Ernesto Pérez, president of the MJM in the province.
Also attending the national event were Deivy Pérez, member of the Central Committee of the Party and first secretary in the territory, Teresita Romero, governor of Sancti Spíritus, and Alicia Alonso, deputy minister of Higher Education.