On early Sunday, the head of Government went to the polling station 1 of the People’s Council of Gibara, where 386 voters will elect those representing them in Parliament.
Upon arrival, Marrero spoke with the people and shared his visits to the towns in this municipality’s nine people’s councils.
He stressed that direct contact with the population is profitable and will be a permanent working style for the new parliamentarians.
“The role of the delegate and the leadership structures in the community was confirmed during these visits. When the leaders are close to the population, the people recognize them, solve problems faster, and there is more trust,” Marrero said.
Regarding the elections, the prime minister stressed the peaceful atmosphere during the voting, in tune with what is stipulated in the Constitution, and noted that in this same polling station, people come freely, without pressure, to exercise their right to vote.