HAVANA TIMES — The 600-member Cuban parliament, which only meets briefly twice a year, is now in session at the Havana Convention Center. The unpaid legislators will hold committee meetings and listen to ministers of government reports in preparation for the plenary session on Monday July 23.

Most laws are enacted in Cuba by way of government decrees and are later discussed and ratified unanimously by the National Assembly.


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