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Cuba recalls declaration of non-revocable socialism

Havana, Jun 26 (Prensa Latina) The National Assembly of Cuba (ANPP) on Wednesday recalled on X the 22nd anniversary of the declaration of the irrevocable socialism, after a referendum supported by more than eight million people.

On X, the Secretary of Organization of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), Roberto Morales, distinguished that in 2002, after a broad process of popular participation and the signature of millions of Cubans, the ANPP approved the Constitutional Reform Act that proclaimed the irrevocable socialism”.

Electors voted in favor of the socialist content of the Magna Carta, in response to the interferenceist protesters of the then president of the United States, George W. Bush (2001-2009).

Later, the ANPP members unanimously approved the inclusion of an article in the 1976 Constitution, declaring that Cuba would never return to capitalism.

The text clearly expressed the irrevocable nature of the prevailing political, economic and social system, as well as the prohibition to negotiate under pressure, coercion or threat of a foreign power.

After approving the agreement by the Cuban Parliament, the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, expressed that the purpose of this action was to preserve the fruits of the revolutionary work at a time when the unfeasibility of capitalism to solve the most pressing problems of Humanity was increasingly evident.