Havana, October 15 (RHC)-- In tune with the Constitution, establishing that the Cuban people monitor the performance of state bodies, and of their deputies and public officials, the process in which local councilors report to their voters has already gotten underway on the island.
Cuban Parliament official Roberto Armas said that the assembly process will run until December and it is also in tune the councilors keeping permanent and systematic contacts with their voters and their concerns.
In reporting on their work, councilors or local delegates participate in debates on the current and most pressing issues for the community.
Current changes underway in Cuba make it crucial for district delegates or councilors to not only know the problems affecting the neighborhoods as well as their causes, and to demand from the corresponding authorities address those problems.
The neighbourhood assemblies, in turn, allow citizens to learn about the current situation in their districts, the municipalities and provinces where they live.
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