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Cuban president urges to study the new Family Code

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Cuban president urges to study the new Family Code

Holguin, Feb 18 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel urged today to study in depth the new Family Code bill, after participating in one of the debates of the legal body in this eastern province.
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During the comprehensive visit of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) to this territory, the president attended one of the more than 78,000 meeting points prepared in the country for the popular consultation of the document, located in the Peralta neighborhood.

According to what he posted on his Twitter social network account, there he called for an in-depth study of the legal text. “It is an inclusive, modern, emancipating legal norm. CubaViveEnLasFamilias and grow with this exercise,” he wrote

A message from the Cuban Presidency on the digital platform talked in great details about the words of the head of state, who reflected that the legal provision does not impose which types of family should prevail.

The comprehensive visit to the province of Holguin concludes today after four days of visits in which 210 workplaces and 45 communities were toured, while talks were held with more than 10 000 inhabitants of the 14 municipalities of the province.

Popular consultations on the new Family Code will take place until next April, from which a new version will emerge, after its approval by the National Assembly of People’s Power (parliament) it will be submitted to a referendum.

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