Development of Cuba decided at Municipal Level
2022-04-07 16:29:12 / firstname.lastname@example.org / JC Caballero Puig
Havana city. - “The Economic and Social Strategy of Cuba has to resemble the local municipality and solve there the main problems of the population”, Prime Minister, Manuel Marrero Cruz, stated during the fourth meeting that was carried out as a continuation of the systematic exchanges by the of the State leadership and the Government with representatives of the People's popular Power at the grassroots.
The video conference, in which he participated -also from the local Palacio de la Revolution (Revolution Palace)- the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Party and President of the Republic, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, along with the Vice President, Salvador Valdes Table; was directed by Esteban Lazo Hernandez, President of Parliament, from the National Capitol building.
An essential theme placed at the center of that analysis with the presidents of the Municipal Assemblies of the People's Power, throughout the country, was precisely how to advance in the middle of a complicated situation in terms of the strategy that emerged in 2020 in order to boost the Cuban economic and facing the international crisis caused by the Pandemics.
" Nevertheless, the success of all the measures adopted by the Cuban government, which are the keys for the country's development, will depend on what is achieved locally". Prime Minister, Manuel Marrero Cruz, highlighted.
“To illustrate this approach, I base myself on the objectives of the strategy: the first, which is related to inflation through more offers and prices, is in the municipalities; the situation of the national energy system has a direct impact on the town, the municipality; the transformation of state business system and decentralization powers. They also impact the municipality”. The Prime Minister pointed out.
"if we do not achieve that environment at the municipal level, we will not achieve the objectives of the strategy”. he stated in that regard.
By Angélica Paredes López