Raul Castro Closed 9th Session of Cuban Parliament

0 Havana, Cuba, Jul 24.- In his closing remarks at the 9th Session of the Cuban Parliament, President Raul Castro called for the advancement of the country’s sustainable development, he reiterated the decision to progressively update the Cuban migration policy and stressed the international rejection of Washington’s hostile Cuba policy. Addressing the plenary session at Havana’s Convention Hall, Raul Castro

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Cuban Parliament Commissions Discuss Social, Economic Issues

0 Havana, Cuba, Jul 20.- The Cuban National Assembly begins today three days of work of its 12 permanent commissions to analyze social and economic issues prior to the 9th Ordinary Period of Sessions, scheduled for Monday, July 23. The Havana's Conference Center is the venue of the second parliamentary day. The Central Bank of Cuba, the Ministry of Higher

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Permanent Commissions of Cuban Parliament Conclude Discussions

0 Havana, Dec 21. -The permanent commissions of the Cuban Parliament will conclude discussions on Tuesday on the economic plan and the budget for 2012.Cuba to Reorient Strategy on Important Export Item According to the Constitutional and Legal Program of the National Assembly of People's Power (Parliament) deputies will analyze the laws approved in the context of updating the economic

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Cuban Parliament President Wants Cuban 5 Free

1 Managua, May 19. -U.S. President Barack Obama must release the five Cuban antiterrorist fighters unjustly imprisoned in that country for the last 13 years, stated the president of the Cuban Parliament, Ricardo Alarcon. Alarcon, also a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party, was referring to Rene Gonzalez, Gerardo Hernandez Nordelo, Ramon

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Cuban Parliament Asks for Solidarity with Puerto Rico

0 Havana, Dec 23. -Three of the 12 permanent commissions of the Cuban Parliament asked the world´s legislators to support the cause of Puerto Rican university students, repressed while protesting higher enrollment fees. In a statement published Wednesday in Juventud Rebelde newspaper, human rights organizations and parliaments of the world were urged to demand an end to police repression and

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Cuban Five: Cuba Doubts on US Government

0 Havana, May 28.  – Cuban Parliament president Ricardo Alarcon denied Thursday that US President Barack Obama is representing the advocated change in his electoral campaign without at least releasing the Cuban Five. "While he is not releasing the Cuban Five, President Obama should not imagine he can persuade us there is any true word in his promises," said Alarcon

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