Artemisa, Cuba - With the participation of the fifth grade pioneers of the Julio Antonio Mella School began the Balance Assembly of the Base Committee of the Provincial Radio Station Radio Artemisa at the Ciro Redondo Library in the provincial capital.
The young people of Radio Artemisa present their disagreement with the implementation of Title III of the Helms Bulton Act and an audiovisual presentation that shows activities developed by the young people of the Base Committee of the Young Communist Union and their youthful universe on Radio Artemisa.
The debate of the report of balance focused its attention on the analysis of the necessity to elevate the prominent role of the young people and its participation in the activities that are programmed even within the center as in other scenes of the province.
“We must show young people the importance of being a Young Communist, that we are the continuity, the future of this revolution”, expressed Enrique Reyes, a member of the UJC of Radio Artemisa.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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