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Holguin Delegation to 7th PCC Congress Left for Havana
Logo of the Seventh Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC)
The delegates and guests to represent the northeastern province of Holguin in the 7th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) left for Havana early this Thursday, aware of the responsibility of attending the event slated for 16 thru 19 of April.
Holguin Tourism Staffer to Cuban PCC Congress
Self-employees to Cuba's Communist Party Congress

Representatives of political and mass organizations bid a farewell to those persons elected to attend the congress for their merits.

The Holguin delegation that is made up of 76 delegates and six guests were given a farewell before leaving for the Cuban capital city.

Julio Caballero Terrero, the PCC First Secretary in the municipality of Gibara, said he feels proud of taking part in the Congress, which will open door to go on moving forward in the construction of Cuban socialism.

Delegate Maria Elena Piedra Parra said she is happy and filled with joy for participating for her first time in a PCC Congress... "I hope we could deepen on the issues that could contribute to strengthen the present and future of the economic and social life of the Communist Party of Cuba and the Cuban Revolution.

Reinel Zaldivar Bruzon said he is "pretty sure that the Congress will be at the height of the historic moment we're living today. In the sessions we'll debate issues of strategic significance to go on with the path taken by our people during the glorious days of Playa Giron (Bay of Pigs)."

The top representation of Holguin province is now going for Havana, and before leaving one of the people attending the farewell said, "I'm sure we'll be very well represented in the Congress."

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  • William Read

    I look forward to learning about the PCC congress on this website. It will be interesting to contrast the coverage of the congress on this website with any coverage in the UK or US media.