We can see the faces of brave women in all areas of Cuban society and one of them is that of the prosecutor of the city of Contramaestre, Idilia Espinosa Corría, who has 35 years of work, of which 23 are the head, in one body where 80 percent (% ) of their women are painters.
Driven by the desire to do justice, he started working in the Municipal Prosecutor’s Office of Palma Soriano in 1988, until completing his social service in 1990, a period in which there were only three of them and their places were inside the headquarters of the Court . There he developed his first judgments and understood the social responsibility associated with the defense of legality and the rights of others.
Lily, as her colleagues affectionately called her, was appointed Chief Prosecutor of the territory of the Third Front, the youngest in the country to hold this position for 12 years.
He recounted that at times he worked as a typist and secretary, to fulfill the tasks of the years of the Special Period, in addition to tax verifications, attention to the population, control of the legality of prisoners and detainees, the development of the processes of criminal proceedings with direct participation in the investigation processes of that mountainous territory, with surprising facts and truths, which make him stronger and better professional.
Then, he directed 10 years at Contramaestre and one year at Palma Soriano. He currently works as the leader of the Contramaestre town group, in addition to taking care of the area of Training and Development, which has an important role in preparing the current generations to face the new challenges of the reform in the legislature.
He emphasized the various opportunities for development within the Prosecutor’s Office, with the completion of several postgraduate courses and the various disciplines of the Law, and appreciated the possibility of teaching, doing teaching work , as well as obtaining the title of Specialist in Legal Advice and awards in scientific events, recognition of years of service and the Enrique Hart Distinction.
Espinosa Corría emphasized that the history of the Office of the Attorney General is largely composed of strong, empowered, courageous women, who bring sensitivity and passion to the job.
He dignified his work and his colleagues, who carried out the investigation of the events of very serious events, visiting prisons, taking care of people and families with problems, managing work, etc. in housework and raising children.
With pride, Lily is part of this noble institution as a woman, prosecutor, leader, educator, psychologist, communicator and whatever is needed in the Prosecutor’s Office and in the social environment, to fulfill her mission as a true servant of the Law.