Cuba Ratifies Child Support
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- culture an traditions
- Politics and Government
- 11 / 29 / 2008
She recalled that since the triumph of the Revolution in 1959, the principle “nothing is more important than a child” has been a top priority, and the Constitution, laws, and judicial and administrative measures protect that sector of the population.
Cuba is a member State of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, signed the 2001 protocol against the sale, prostitution, and use of minors in pornography, and ratified the 2000 UN Convention against transnational organized crime in 2007, she said.
Valhuerdi asserted she hoped that the declaration adopted in the Congress allowed identifying and materializing ways to solve ignominies and aggressions against minors' integrity.