“We will continue to prioritize development based on science, the health of the people over wealth, solidarity over selfishness in harsh times, despite the economic crisis, pandemics, and blockade,” the minister concluded. The world should be more like Cuba to become a better place.
“Imagine what Cuba could have done if there was no blockade”
Cuba never lost its compass amidst challenges and difficulties, nor did it stop thinking about its future, which was particularly reflected in the approval of the Code of Families, the intense legislative schedule and the recent municipal elections, which undoubtedly constituted relevant moments in the national political agenda.
Through its committed ideas in the fields of humanism, originality, revolutionary unity and internationalism, Revolutionary Cuba has made and continues to make a unique and powerful impact on the world.
The Monroe Doctrine is one of the many means by which the United States has been expanding its hegemonic eagerness over the Latin American and Caribbean region since the early stages of its existence as a nation, Rodriguez pointed out. Over the years, he added, this policy has been reworked and adjusted.
Election of delegates to the Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power: a key element in Cuban democracy.
“70% of the electoral authorities are women, and also a high percentage of the gender (more than 44%) in the candidacies”
China is prepared to collaborate with Cuba to increase political understanding,broaden cooperation, support one another on matters pertaining to shared interests, and improve communication in global and regional affairs.
China’s policy regarding its dedication to enduring friendship with Cuba will not change, regardless of how the global situation changes.
It is also willing to transfer its technologies to other nations on a non-profit basis, as has always been the motto of the Cuban Revolution. […]
EPISODE SUMMARY This week on the podcast Mick and Clare are joined by Dr. Helen Yaffe, coproducer of the documentary “Cuba’s Life Task: Combatting Climate […]
Cuba, a small island besieged by the United States, is taking concrete measures to reorient its economy in the fight against climate change. It’s an example that the whole world should take seriously.