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This April 10, Cuba must vibrate not only when the National Assembly of People’s Power proclaims the new Constitution of the Republic , but with a tweet, which is convened to all Cuban citizens to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Constitution of Guaimaro and the conquests of the Revolution.
While in the Havana Convention Center in extraordinary session the deputies will perform such a solemn act, on social networks, all those who feel patriotic will be able to reaffirm “the decision of our people to continue the historical legacy of the Mambises and support Socialism “, As stressed by the call of the highest legislative body.
Through the official account @AsambleaCuba , -says the call- we will share from 9:00 am on that day, and until 12:00 pm, the reasons that make us celebrate, with special pride, this date of great historical significance and politics for our nation, with the hashtags # Guáimaro150 # NuevaConstitución and #SomosContinuidad.
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” …nobody hindered the provocateur & the euphoria seen in this Video is a legitimate act of patriotism & no a direct offense to his person, except having been defeated by the popular will and its neighbors”
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The overwhelming vote of the Cuban people for the Yes, in the referendum to approve the new Constitution, was a majority support for socialism.
That result is a painful reality for the United States and the opposition that they created and financed annually with more than 20 million us, for that reason they now declare that “it was a fraud” and they will not recognize it.
However, if they won the No, then they would recognize it, despite celebrating with the same mechanisms and electoral pattern, because that is how the Yankees are, like spoiled babies who give them fits of crying when they do not have the toy they want.
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On Sunday, February 24, almost eight million people voted to ratify or not the text of Cuba’s new constitution.
The referendum was held after months of preparation, reading and rereading the old and new laws that added to the citizen proposals and the carried out by officials and by the State.
According to the preliminary data, it was finally approved by 86.85 percent of the votes against nine percent who voted for the “no”.
Now, how is the process of participation on the island?
Who participated and what proposals were taken into account ?
To know in depth this process, NODAL interviewed Aurelio Alonso, prestigious Cuban sociologist and writer, National Prize on Social and Humanistic Sciences 2013 and one of the members of Pensamiento Crítico, a monthly magazine that was published in Havana between 1967 and 1971.
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Grandpa, you have to vote secretly
But I can tell you, I vote for your future
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No matter our origin, our skin , if we are man or woman, if we practice some religious belief or not, if we have been direct beneficiaries of one of the many achievements of the Revolution, if we were born before 59 or after that date, if only we arrive at the age that gives us the right to vote or if we comb gray hair or no longer comb anything; After debating about the human and the divine as we are accustomed in Cuba today, we conclude that wherever we looks, all roads lead us to #SiPorCuba , #SiPorlaRevolucion.
3 reasons 4 #YoVotoSi
Despite the global campaign against the Cuban Revolution, developed under the aegis of the #US lines during the last 60 years, which include fallacies, lies, inventions, interventionist measures, terrorist attacks, military attacks, economic and financial blockade and any other barbarity ; in our little island nobody dies of hunger, nobody goes barefoot, nobody is illiterate after six years.
In Cuba there is a school for everyone and you do not need to have money to enter any classroom from preschool to the University. One million 606 500 students are guaranteed their studies and more than 155 thousand are university students with equal conditions no matter if you are the son of the humblest of Cubans, in relation to those of better economic condition.
Public Health is for all. No money is needed to treat from a simple toothache, to a complex neurosurgery or open heart. In Cuba, 51% of the national budget is dedicated to health systems, social assistance and education.
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If I were not Cuban, how many things I would have lost, how much Creole substance, how much laughter and handshakes.
If the stork had thrown me in other latitudes, I would not have grown up with the doors of my house always open in the middle of a rural, quiet and picturesque neighborhood.
I would not have graduated from college without paying a penny.
I would be missing the pictures next to Jose Marti at school, the memory of the parents tying blue or red scarves around their young childrens necks the euphoria of the neighbourhood after the Stevenson’s fulminating knockout on the prominent and squarejaw yankee Duanne Bobbick, who was nicknamed “The withe hope” and, hope at last, it was eaten by the goat.
If I were not Cuban, I would have ignored the collective joy that is woven around a large pot full of broth in the middle of the street.
I would not know the clatter of dominoes under an almond tree, nor would I have memories of the “Buey Cansao” of the Van Van, the “Nueva Trova”, Palmas y cañas” or even the meteorological statement of Dr. José Rubiera, known in my town as the Hurricane Hunter
If I were not Cuban I would not have applauded Fidel whenever the carapacho sounded to the characters from the North, I would never have premiered a guayabera and probably did not know anything about the ball, staying out of the crowd when Antonio Muñoz the ball burst and Bobby Salamanca shouted at the top of his lungs: “Goodbye, Lolita of my life.” I would not know the congrí, nor the pig roasted in a plectrum.
If I were not Cuban, I could get up early and not drink coffee, I would always speak softly, I would not joke in the most unexpected places, I would not engage in improvised conversations with any stranger at the bus stop, I would not ask the neighbors for salt, I would not donate blood voluntarily, I would know a little less solidarity, I would not go to hospitals for free, I would not have children protected by free vaccines, I would not pay attention to the Virgin of Charity, to the stamps of San Lazaro or to the offerings left in the trunks of the ceibas.
I would ignore the joy to make a constitution and have the right to vote for it, and above all and live in people strongher tha a twister.
I would never have learn than you van live with less but with more pride, that you can block anything but the smile and the desire to live witout pride.