Havana, Dec. 7 - The official website of the Cuban Parliament makes available to all citizens two bills, before they are discussed by the deputies in the National Assembly of People's Power.
Titled Draft law on the organization and operation of the National Assembly of Popular Power and the Council of State, the first part of the premise that, with the institutional model of the Cuban Socialist State, Parliament, the Council of State and the President of the Republic, institute the organs of greater state hierarchy, condition that is expressed in its attributions and in the relations that establish with the rest of the state organs and the society in general.
Due to this, the organization and operation of the National Assembly of People's Power and the Council of State, in accordance with the new constitutional framework, is required to be coherently and articulately regulated, in accordance with the new constitutional framework, to guarantee the full development of the activity of the Cuban State in its superior level and the adequate fulfillment of the attributions recognized to these organs.
The second draft Law, Organization and operation of the Municipal Assemblies of the Popular Power and of the Popular Councils, responds to the mandate of the Constitution of the Republic of April 10, 2019, which requires in its ninth transitory provision the legal regulation of the organization, structure and operation of the municipal assemblies of the Popular Power.
The project contains three titles, 32 chapters, 42 sections, 210 articles, a special provision and two final provisions and ratifies the principle that the Municipal Assembly is the highest state body in the municipalities and develops the concept of the Popular Council as an organ Local of the Popular Power, which represents the population that resides in its area.
Both bills are available for consultation of all Cubans on the ANPP website, at the following email address: http://www.parlamentocubano.gob.cu/index.php/proyectos-de-leyes/ and if you have any questions, questions or queries, interested parties can write via email. (ACN) (Image: Archive)