The parliamentarians, as part of the continuity of the preparation days organized by the Legislative, prior to the second extraordinary session of the tenth legislature tomorrow, addressed issues such as the link to the districts for which they were elected.
In this regard, the Secretary of Parliament Homero Acosta detailed the changes approved the day before by the Council of State on the subject, based on the concerns expressed by the citizens in the exchanges held with the candidates before this year’s national elections.
The Council of State adopted yesterday an agreement on the methodology of the legislators’ tours through the territories, where they can check on issues such as compliance with the Constitution, laws and agreements.
Likewise, they can verify the progress of the delegate’s and deputies’ relationship with their constituents; the population’s opinion on the work of the organs of the People’s Power, among other issues.
Acosta also explained the agreement of the Council of State regarding the attention to voters’ requests, which establishes the general indications for the organizations, agencies and entities responsible for a better attention, processing, solution and response to these concerns.