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Saturday, July 24, 2010
Moncada Program Blooms in Guáimaro
Camagüey, July 24 - The demands of the Moncada program crystallized in housing, job security, and improvement in the education and public health sectors among others illustrate the achievements reached by the residents in Guáimaro, the municipality that got the venue for this year's provincial celebration of Cuba’s National Rebellion Day.
Actions trending to improve the living and work conditions gained momentum as a gift on the rebel attack on the Moncada garrison, which sparked the Revolution in 1953.
A sustained effort by workers, small farmers, artists and sages living in Camagüey’s easternmost municipality has been the key of success, although there are shortcomings that should be eradicated.
Such recommendation was ratified by top local officials headed by First Secretary of Cuba's Communist Party (PCC) in the Camagüey Julio César García and President of the Provincial Assembly of the Peoples' Power Luis Ynchausti.
The economic gradual rise in Guáimaro is due to plans designed for such purpose and sometimes it is not assess as it deserves to be.
It is worth mentioning the renovation of facilities partially or totally destroyed by Hurricane Ike in 2008, many of which already ensure the development of the livestock sector, the main economic source and emblematic industry of this municipality.
In statements to press, First Secretary of the PCC in Guáimaro Héctor Rodríguez Beltrán said that what has been done is a starting point to undertake other ventures to favor the economic growth of this territory. (Pedro Paneque Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte).