During a working meeting with the Department of Justice in central Villa Clara province, the official stressed that the process complies with an important requirement associated with the participation of the people in the contribution and definition of its concepts, and it is essential that people study it, assess its content and give their opinion.
Silvera, who is also a lawmaker at the National People’s Power Assembly, emphasized that the presence of jurists and electoral authorities in the constituency meetings allows explaining the content of the bill in the most feasible and clearest way possible.
It also makes it possible to clarify doubts and present arguments so that voters may know the most significant aspects contained in its 11 titles.
The Minister also highlighted the importance of the approval of the Code in a democratic and participatory manner.
“The exchange with people will improve its quality, before being submitted again to the analysis within the Cuban Parliament, so that in due time the date of the referendum can be set,” he emphasized.