Cuban Parliament Meets August First

HAVANA TIMES, July 12 — The one chamber Cuban parliament will hold one of its two regular annual sessions starting August 1, announced its chairman Ricardo Alarcon.

The session is the first since the Communist Party Congress held in April, but the agenda topics are forthcoming. The legislators usually meet for three or four days, first in committees and then in a plenary.

The full parliament meetings are held at the Havana Convention Center.