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Cuba’s Council of Ministers analyzes Government’s work system

Havana, Mar 7 (Prensa Latina) The Council of Ministers of Cuba analyzed the improvement of the work system of the Government at its latest recent meeting, the Presidency of the Republic reported on Tuesday.

In this regard, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel pointed out that in order to make improvements, a stronger link with the grassroots is necessary, as well as following up on the problems of citizens.

During the meeting, Prime Minister Manuel Marrero noted that the circumstances the country is going through require a reformulation of the Government’s work system so that “the executive-administrative activity favors directing attention to the priorities defined by the country.”

Marrero stressed that the measures aim to facilitate the performance of the agencies of the central administration of the State, national institutions and local administrations, in addition to supporting the work of the People’s Power and ensuring the gradual exercise of the municipality’s autonomy, as the primary and fundamental administrative political unit of the national organization.

The prime minister noted that the government’s work system is constantly updated and that in order to observe results based on citizens, planning must be done and goals set to allow verifying the effectiveness of the actions done.

The head of Government described as fundamental the change of mentality of cadres and their ability to take advantage of collective intelligence to search for solutions.

“Our cadres cannot be afraid of meeting the population, the workers; our cadres have to get to where the concerns and disagreements of the groups are in order to give them answers,” the prime minister pointed out.

The meeting also reviewed the implementation of the State and Government cadres’ policy, as well as the behavior of Cuba’s economy in late January.

In this regard, Minister of Economy and Planning Alejandro Gil pointed out that in several areas of the national economy there was evidence of slight growth; however, there is still a long way to go to fulfill the plans.

He added that there was a slight increase in nickel, honey, charcoal and tobacco exports, as well as in retail circulation, but it is still not enough to meet the population’s demands for goods and services, Gil noted.


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