Camagüey, Oct. 2 - After the inauguration of the Electoral Councils at the National, Provincial and Municipal levels throughout the country, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and Law 127, important tasks correspond to those organizations.
Mariano Basulto Pérez, president of the Provincial Electoral Council of Camagüey, in an interview with Radio Cadena Agramonte, said that with this new structure, one more step is fulfilled in the national institutionality, by isolating electoral bodies.
Among the functions to be fulfilled in the five-year term are the filling of vacancies for the delegate charge and the selection of the more than 12 thousand table and constituency authorities that will intervene in the processes that are convened.
On the topic, Basulto Pérez commented that the consultation and referendum on the Family Code will soon take place, which will require the preparation of the personnel that will participate in the organization and assurance, and in the coming months the required tests will be carried out with the computer program that will hold the data collected.
As it has been already announced, he said, on October 10 in an extraordinary session of the National Assembly of People's Power, its President, Vice President and Secretary will be elected, along with the other members of the State Council, and the President and Vice President of the Republic.
Subsequently, the election of governors and vice governors in the province will take place, explained Basulto Pérez.
In the case of Camagüey, 238 authorities in the 13 municipalities and in the provincial instance, from various sectors, have taken possession, 42 percent of them are black and mestizo, and 44.5% women, which constitutes a sample of the representativeness of society, in addition to its proven values of fidelity to the Cuban Revolution and personal ethical principles.
In compliance with the provisions of the Constitution, important missions correspond to the Electoral Councils, which is an evidence of Cuban democracy and popular participation, and firm steps are already taken to guarantee the quality and transparency that characterize the Cuban political system. (Juan Mendoza Medina / Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: Archive)