Radio Cadena Agramonte
Friday, July 19, 2019

Opinion


  • Will Facebook close false accounts of Radio and TV Martí?

    Will Facebook close false accounts of Radio and TV Martí?

    By Rosa Miriam Elizalde / Cubaperiodistas.

    The new digital platforms favor the appearance of groups of individuals organized like a claque ready to applaud in an unconditional way the one that pays. Anyone that is not in a country blocked like Cuba can create contents, invest so that specific groups see them and up to renting or until virtual applauders buy to generate “I like” in Facebook or “followers“ in Twitter.

  • The Cuban Radio on their way to their century of life

    The Cuban Radio on their way to their century of life

    By Arailaisy Rosabal Garcia / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    "Good weather for tonight... cool temperatures and breezes"; this was the first story that came to the Cuban people through Radio. They would be around 9:00 p.m., because it just sounds the cannon when from the House of the noted musician Luis Casas Romero, announced loudly on the weather for the following hours, using a transmitter and an antenna that amplified the sound.

  • Intensified in Camagüey the use of renewable energy

    Intensified in Camagüey the use of renewable energy

    By Maykel Torres la Rosa / Radio Cadena  Agramonte.

    Many believe that coal, oil or gas are natural sources of energy inexhaustible, but the truth is that they take thousands, or millions of years to generate. In contrast, their overuse is producing their rapid depletion, so we must take real awareness of this.

  • Cuba and its economic and social development

    Cuba and its economic and social development

    By Juan  G. Mendoza Medina / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    At the end of the year 2010 in Cuba began to talk of updating economic and social; the international crisis and not a few internal deficiencies that would stop the development of the society, led us to rethink many policies, in a process that, as we live now with the constitutional reform, we are all involved.

  • My Constitution

    My Constitution

    By Omar Olazábal Rodríguez / network of intellectuals in defense of humanity.

    Once again we will talk about front. If I start to remember, me, who I am privileged to have been born with my revolution and lived all stages, I have lost count of the times that I have had the opportunity to present all of my criteria in public and that those views, in many cases they have become laws and regulations. Not everyone in this battered world has that possibility. What is called freedom of expression, a right which is proposed to form part of the new Constitution, has exercised it much?

  • Santa  Lucia  Beach  ratifies  as one  of the preferences of Camagüey´s  citizens

    Santa Lucia Beach ratifies as one of the preferences of Camagüey´s citizens

    Camagüey.- Every weekend, from the capital city of Camagüey, and from the other municipalities, and even from other provinces, arrived to Santa Lucía Beach, hundreds of kilometers  to the north of the city, thousands of  vacationers drawn by the natural  beauty of the environment.

  • Fidel and the strides of the time

    Fidel and the strides of the time

    By Rolando Sarmiento Ricart / collaborator of Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Still child, by the hand of my parents I went to the Central Road to see it spend in freedom Caravan. I then had the same age and the Christ-like beard, but had very in ideas Marxist-Leninist, tight in a colossal social program that only he and the people that always followed it would be able to materialize.

  • Being young, a challenge always

    Being young, a challenge always

    By Dayana Cardona González / Radio Cadena  Agramonte.

    All ages of life presents new challenges that we must face with who we are. Through the knowledge acquired throughout the years, we give form to our personality and scale of values, depending on what we are going to choose and do with our future.

  • A new constitution with transformational purpose

    A new constitution with transformational purpose

    Council of State Secretary Homero Acosta outlined the principal elements of a constitutional reform proposal for National Assembly deputies, during the recently concluded period of ordinary sessions:

  • Unity and intelligence, key to facing new challenges by Cuba

    Unity and intelligence, key to facing new challenges by Cuba

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    Sixty-five years have passed since the historic morning of Santa Ana in 1953, day in which young, brave and determined, inspired by the ideology of the Apostle of Cuban independence, was launched to take two of the bastions of the dictatorship that he then governed the country.