Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, member of the Party Political Bureau today introduced a resolution to approve the Central Report, which was presented on Saturday, noting that the document is an expression of the historical continuity of the Revolution and Fidel’s teachings. The document critically and objectively reviews the work of the past five years, outlines the challenges to be faced, and expresses confidence in the future of a prosperous, sustainable socialism in Cuba, without sacrificing the nation’s sovereignty or the people’s wellbeing, he said.
He reiterated that there is, and will be, a single Party, that of Martí, Baliño, Mella and Fidel, to guarantee the unity of all Cubans, noting that, as expressed in the resolution, the exchange of opinions among members and the people is also a fundamental task of the Party.
Diaz-Canel said delegates agree that the struggle against ideological subversion, the formation of values, and attention to youth and children, as stated in the Central Report, are priorities.
The resolution on the Central Report was approved unanimously.