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Cuban district councilors report to their voters
In an action characterizing Cuban democracy, district councilors throughout Cuba started on Sunday their reports to their voters in process that will run till December 30 aimed at achieving close exchange between the people and those elected councilors or district delegates in April.

The secretary of the Cuban Parliament, Miriam Brito, recently explained that this process will allow the people to know the results stemming from their requests in tune with the role played by the delegates during their current term office.

This action takes place at neighborhood meetings presided over by the district delegates and under the supervision of observers, mostly young people who will support the exchange between the people and their government representatives.

These meetings encourage open dialog through which the citizens participate actively and issue proposals related to their concerns.

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