Cuba’s constitutional history summarizes the struggles of the Cuban people for their independence and sovereignty, the creative thinking of their women and men in pursuit of the construction of a better country, the genuine values of a nation that aspires to be perfected every day.

To say the word Homeland is to have said everything that we need to do when, almost 150 years since the enactment of the first Constitution in Cuba, we are challenged to adjust it to present times, which is nothing more than to advance in the construction of our model of a socialist, sovereign, independent, democratic, prosperous, and sustainable society.  Continue reading “CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN CUBA: A history of commitment”