Artemisa, Cuba - Inspired by the example of the heroes of the homeland, to be a worthy replacement for the Union of Young Communists, was the commitment assumed by the students who completed the third grade in the municipality of Guanajay when they received the red scarf that makes them pioneers José Marti.
Simultaneously, the attribute change was made in all primary schools in the territory with full observance of the covid-19 prevention measures. On this occasion, the ceremonies paid the well-deserved tribute to Paquito González, the Martyr Pioneer, on the anniversary of his murder by henchmen of the tyranny during a patriotic demonstration.
This is another of the rituals that was pending as a result of the impact of the covid-19 because it is always carried out on June 14 in greeting to the anniversaries of the birth of Maceo and Ché, explained Risleidys Rodríguez, General Director of Education, Culture and Sports.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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