Communist Party Reforms Debate Begins

HAVANA TIMES, Dec. 1 – The Communist Party opened debate Wednesday on the Economic and Social Policy Guidelines of the Party and the Revolution, a process to conclude on February 28. Meetings will be held at workplaces and communities around the country, announced an editorial in the official Granma daily. “No one should be left without giving an opinion and much less prevented from expressing it,” affirms the text titled “The people are who decides”, reported IPS.

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  • Motherhood and Apple Pie may be the usual calls issuing from bodies such as this for these occasions; but the proof is in the pudding — and not many outside this process are expecting anything more than rubber-stamp approval of what has clearly already been decided by an unaccountable elite: which apparently sees its own narrow interests as being identical with those of the cuban workers and farmers. But at least this pudding will be taste-tested by at least February 2011.


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