Artemisa, Cuba - Propose that the Cuban sign language become the main language of the deaf community in Cuba, is the fundamental purpose of the delegates of the province of Artemisa who will attend from March 2nd to 6th to the Fifth Congress of the National Association of Deaf People.
The delegation is made up of 10 persons of Artemisa who will recognize in the event the support of the Revolution and its leaders to ANSOC in its 40 years of creation which has provided greater strength, intelligence and vitality to its members.
In the province of Artemisa more than 950 people make up the National Association of the Deaf People of Cuba, which in the country brings together some 24 000 members of both sexes and different age groups.
The Congress will be in sessions in 3 commissions: Policy of leaders, Social work and development and Communication and interpretation, with an important role in the March meeting from the proposal of the participants to convert the language of Cuban signs into their language.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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