Havana, September 14 (RHC)-- Cuban Communist Party members held the first 27 municipal meetings, which along with provincial gatherings, started a process towards the 7th Congress of the political organization, slated for April 15th and 16th next year.
According to Granma newspaper, major topics on the meetings’ agenda include the implementation in each territory of the political, social and economic guidelines adopted by the 6th Communist Party Congress and the objectives drawn up by the First National Congress of the organization.
In each municipality, participants elected the committees and staff that will lead the work of the Communist Party in each territory.
The meetings counted on the attendance of members of the Political Bureau and Secretariat of the Communist Party Central Committee, as well as members of provincial bureaus.
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