Las Tunas, Cuba.- She highlighted, especially, the preparation and the solid proposals that emerge from the debate of the young political vanguard, from the different municipalities of the territory.
More than 1,140 meetings with the active participation of 96 percent of the membership have been held in the province.
It also highlights the connection with the youth universe; young people who, although they do not belong in the ranks of the organization, do feel a high commitment to the values that the UJC defends. They have participated in sports and cultural activities, visits to historic sites, among others, convened by the grassroots committees.
For Yuniel Ávila Rodríguez, official of the Provincial Committee, the absolute rejection of the Helms Burton Act and its hostile and interfering nature has been among the highlights of these meetings.
"Youngsters from all the municipalities of Las Tunas, without exception, have voluntarily pronounced themselves for the cessation of this legal spawn, since the implementation of Title III began."
"Within the Provincial Committee of the Young Communist League we also have the consideration that it has been a very fruitful assembly process, with very good quality. Our young people have raised their concerns with a critical vision and a high commitment."
"Among the issues that most urge them is that related to recreation. It is a topic that they insist on and we know is also a concern from the top leadership of the country, they advocate that it must be increasingly focused on the real interests of Las Tunas inhabitants.
"They defend the creation of spaces in which to enjoy the trova, for example; it is recognized that this territory has a very strong movement of troubadours, taking advantage, in short, of our real opportunities.
The process of assemblies of the UJC comes this June to its final stage throughout the country. It is the first step on the way to the 11th Congress of the political vanguard of Cuban youth.