7th Congress of the Cuban Communist Party inaugurated
The 7th Congress of the Cuban Communist Party was inaugurated at Havana’s Convention Center, with a strategic agenda for the socio-economic development of the country in the long term.
The election of the presidency of the four working committees for the discussion of documents, the agenda and the program of the meeting will be the first actions of delegates at the meeting.
Delegates will also adopt internal regulations, voting norms and the Commissions of documentation, mandate and appeals.
Later, about a thousand participants at the meeting, elected from proposals of their grassroots organizations, will meet in four working committees, one of which will analyze the conceptualization of Cuban socialist economic and social model.
The remaining working committees will address the country’s development plan until 2030 and the implementation of the guidelines approved at the Sixth Congress of the Cuban Communist Party in April, 2011, in Havana.