Artemisa, Cuba - The Second Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, José Ramón Machado Ventura, referring to the limitations for the agricultural development generated by the economic blockade imposed by the government of the United States against Cuba, called to place the Revolution above the difficulties, during the debates of the Municipal Assembly of Balance, Renewal and / or Ratification of Mandate of the National Association of Small Farmers in the municipality of Bauta.
Machado Ventura insisted on the need of increase the food production for the benefit of the people, the strengthening of the socialist state enterprise, as well as strengthening the structures of the ANAP.
With the host at the May Day Social Club, the delegates of the four productive forms existing in the territory, exchanged topics such as the operation of the grassroots organizations, the increase of the female presence and youth in the field works and strengthening of the ideological political work.
In the exchange they selected the 10 delegates who will participate in the provincial assembly and elected the members of the Municipal Bureau of the organization, being ratified as its president Lisbetty Lima Alonso.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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