Díaz-Canel wants to know where the state fuel is going to stop
The governor Miguel Diaz-Canel has asked the Party cadres in Mayabeque to take "urgently" concrete measures to "take the processes to the end" and know for sure where the fuel of the State is going and what failures are committed in your control.
These statements were made by Raul Castro's successor during a visit to Mayabeque, with which he closed his tour of the 15 provinces of the country, according to local press.
In mid-January, Díaz-Canel said that the theft of fuel in Cuba by employees of state-owned companies is "inadmissible".
Since he took office in April 2018, Díaz-Canel has proposed to stop the diversion of state fuel, which is resold, especially to private drivers, and has often asked his Executive to work to reverse this situation , which for him is a "sign of incapacity of the state entities".
Last September, the Cuban government approved measures to try to stop fuel theft, among which the seizure of cars and the personalization of the magnetic cards that state companies use to supply themselves.
Visiting Mayabeque, Díaz-Canel identified the fundamental problems of the province that are very similar to those of the rest of the country: water supply, deterioration of roads and education and health infrastructures, chains of defaults and theft of fuel.