"Ottimo!" (Excellent) is the phrase that characterizes Giuseppe Castelvecchio, who has added another chapter to the fast-paced story of his life with his first trip to Las Tunas.
The contagious joy, slogans and initiatives of the different unions marked May Day parade, when the people of Las Tunas once again demonstrated their support to socialism as fairer social model and the only path to development.
The Bandera 60 Aniversario of the promulgation of the Agrarian Reform Law, that tours the country, leads the march of the farmers and agricultural workers of Las Tunas, on May Day, through the Major General Vicente García González Plaza, in this city.
The Cuban Workers' Union (CTC) has the conditions created Tuesday to celebrate Wednesday the International Workers' Day all over the country.
Leobanys Ávila Góngora, general secretary of the Workers' Central Union of Cuba (CTC) in the province says that "this May Day around 130 thousand inhabitants from Las Tunas, workers, their families and students will march to the Major General Vicente García González Plaza, with firm steps for the Homeland and the just causes of the peoples of the world."
Numerous student and work centers are embellished and their surroundings are decorated as part of the preparations to celebrate May Day in the province.
More than 300,000 workers and their families will fill on May Day the main plazas and avenues of Las Tunas, in a new day of support for the Cuban Revolution.