Artemisa, Cuba - The members of the Committee for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) No. 3, Zone 5, Circumscription 8, in San Antonio de los Baños, held a neighborhood debate, ratifying the position of Cubans to preserve the achievements of the revolutionary process.
Marlon Méndez Cabrera, pioneer and student of Rafael Valdés Pérez High School, and Wendy Ramírez Rosales, assistant Doctor at the Interarmas General Antonio Maceo School, placed a floral wreath in front of the bust of the National Hero José Martí.
Estela Pérez Fernández, director of the José Rafael Lauzán Municipal Museum, referred to the importance of preserving history, who together with Orlando León Rodríguez, member of the UJC Municipal Committee, conducted the neighborhood debate, where important issues were discussed, including: Energy savings and Unity of the CDR's members.
The need to keep the Apostle's ideas alive, to respect the heroes, to resist the US blockade, and to combat social indisciplines were some of the issues discussed during the meeting, a space in which the unity of the Cuban people was reaffirmed.
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Havana - Some of the experiences of the Cuban doctors that treated Ebola in Guinea-Conakry, West Africa, are told about was presented in the International Book Fair in Havana.
'Living always on the 21st, face to face with Ebola' is the title of the book by Doctor Carlos Manuel Castro Baras, which tells the personal experiences of the 38 Cuban professionals who conducted their work in the territory during 214.Read More