Cuban Communist Party examines laws and preparations for VIII Congress

The Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) met for two days this week. (Photo: Prensa Latina)

Havana, October 7 (RHC)-- The Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), presided over by its First Secretary, Raúl Castro, analyzed several laws that will be presented before Parliament, official sources reported today.

On October 6th and 7th, the Political Bureau met to evaluate the Law of the President and the Vice President of the Republic, as well as the legislation related to the revocation of those elected to the organs of the People's Power, expresses a communiqué disclosed here.

In the meetings, the laws referring to the organization and functioning of the provincial government of the People's Power were analyzed, as well as the one linked to the organization and functioning of the Council of the Municipal Administration.

These laws will be presented for approval to the National Assembly of People's Power.  As part of the agenda, the preparations for the VIII Congress of the Cuban Communist Party, to be held in 2021, were examined.

According to the text, the proposal to update the plan of measures for the confrontation with COVID-19 was also evaluated.

Edited by Ed Newman



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