Prensa Latina learned that the publication of the photos and biographies of all 20 candidates from Sancti Spiritus has already begun in more than 1,100 places with a large influx of public, so that voters know the merits and trajectories of those chosen.
Ekaterina Gowen Dickinson, president of the Territorial Candidacy Commission, told reporters that this event brings the people closer to the nominees.
Candidates from municipalities where the Turquino Plan is present develop a broad program in rural and mountain communities, where the fundamental activities focus on coffee recovery, food production and livestock.
Those chosen by Trinidad Yudit Elena Brunet, educator of the Tender Dawn Children’s Circle; Osdany de la Caridad Perez, president of the Pedro Lantigua Agricultural Production Cooperative; and Rosa Miriam Elizalde, first vice president of the Union of Cuban Journalists (UPEC), learned about the advances and projects of the mountaineers.
They also met with residents and authorities from the Manuel Sanguily community, from areas of Condado, Caracusey and Topes de Collantes, where the largest percentage of the population has extensive participation in agricultural development.
On Saturday, they met with the group of Radio Trinidad, and were interested in the work of the press, information and the role of the media under any circumstance, as well as participation in social networks.
Deivy Perez, a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and its first secretary in the province, one of the candidates from Cabaiguan municipality, in statements to residents of Jiquima, where he worked as a teacher, ratified his commitment to work for social welfare as demanded by the highest leadership of the country.