Havana - The Cuban Government will inform the people on Thursday about major current domestic issues, Granma newspaper reported.
The program will be broadcast on national radio and television on Thursday, after the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) met on October 6 and 7, under the presidency of its first secretary, Army General Raul Castro Ruz.
The meeting debated several laws that will be submitted for approval to the National People's Power Assembly, whose fifth ordinary session in its 9th Legislature is scheduled for October 28.
The Cuban Parliament will vote on the Law on the President and Vice President of the Republic and the Law on the Revocation of Those Elected to the People's Power Bodies.
Lawmakers will also discuss the Law on the Organization and Functioning of the Provincial People's Power Government, as well as the Law on the Organization and Functioning of the Municipal Administration Councils.
The proposal to update the Plan of Measures to Fight Covid-19, about which the people will be informed, was also submitted to the PCC Political Bureau.
The meeting also assessed the preparations for the 8th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba in 2021.
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