Cardinal issues of national life will be discussed by Cuban deputies in the commissions as part of the 9th Session of the Seventh Legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power, convened for July 23rd.
Among the issues to be addressed by legislators in commissions before July 23rd include the results and actions on confronting crime, vandalism, social indiscipline and corruption.
Although the existing social project supported by the majority of people highlights the values of modesty, dignity, decency and principles, some citizens, often in positions of hierarchy, divert the proper course and incur in violations and illegalities.
Although this is not a widespread problem, any expression to that effect in the production and services causes serious damage to the economy and, especially, they damage the moral order that should prevail in a socialist society.
On this topic, the same negative impact falls on corruption, a phenomenon that can never be justified, even by the fact that Cuba is going through tense material needs due to external conditions, such as the U.S.blockade, and internal weaknesses.
While facing it with courage and firmness, the Cuban authorities are studying the various causes of corruption.
In addition, many state institutions full of experiences, consistency and clarity of their purposes according to these times have been also created, such as the Comptroller’s General Office of the Republic.
This entity has the strategic mission of helping the National Assembly and the Council of State in compliance with the constitutional mandate to exercise control of all State agencies and the Government.
Its work is crucial to tackle corruption, a deviation present worldwide that in the case of Cuba is on an administrative level and is primarily related to the business area.
The CubanStateand Government have defined the policy to be followed to prevent and address the manifestations of corruption, based on existing laws.
As part of this effort, both entities emphasize on the improvement of systems for prevention, control and confrontation against corrupt demonstrations, whether they may be classified or not as a real crime.
It is shown that a fragile administration, the negligence, the inefficiency of some managers along with the lack of a comprehensive financial operation of certain businesses, promote the commission of compromising offenses against the resources of the community and the nation.
Cubacan only move forward more confidently towards its targets of economic development and elevation of spirituality if it strengthens the proper atmosphere of order, discipline and ethics.
Cuban deputies will be discussing how to strengthen this complex framework in their next parliamentarian meetings. Comments (0)