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Cuban workers bet on new Family Code

Cuban workers bet on new Family Code

Camagüey, Cuba, Mar 4 (Prensa Latina) Trade unions in Camagüey are debating the different subjects of the draft Family Code that is essential for the social prospects of workers in Cuba.
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They are participating in meetings and workshops to clarify doubts and discuss criteria, supported by jurists from different institutions and protagonists from several sectors.

In statements to the website of Trabajadores newspaper, Julian Leon, general secretary of the Cuban Workers Union in Camagüey, said that “although we are not experts on the subject, we can clarify doubts and make people understand better what is stated in some chapters.”

Yamila Gonzales, vice president of the National Union of Jurits of Cuba, stood out among the people who worked as counselors for the unions during the process.

“We want our people to know all the benefits of this law, which does not impose models, which does not take away rights from some people to give them to others,” she referred.

At the end of the popular debate, scheduled to conclude on April 30, the various proposals will be classified in modifications, as suggestions are made to change terms or phrases, in addition to the possibility of adding or deleting paragraphs.

The principles of transparency, democracy and participation that govern the precepts of the Cuban Electoral Council, reach more than 5,000 places of exchange in this region as a previous part of one of the key projects for the future of society.

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