To examine the agreements and evaluate the results of each of the municipalities, the highest authorities of the Party and the Government of the province of Santiago de Cuba held an exchange of organizations and institutions, presidents and members of Popular Councils, opinion leaders from different organizations, among other guests.
The meeting, chaired by Beatriz Johnson Urrutia, Member of the Council of State and Governor of the province, and José Ramón Monteagudo Ruiz, First Secretary of the Party, evaluated, among other topics, the Economic Plan and Budget, the availability and storage of the National Electric System, renewable sources of energy, the development of Commerce, the current situation of the Program for the Development of Women in Santiago de Cuba, the change in the use of area, the results of the Higher Education entrance exams and the debate on the Social Economic Strategy.
“We must work to improve the satisfaction of the population and for this, we are here, each of our partners must make decisions and concrete tasks, we must have a better response, better support for people and we all know “It is absolutely clear what happened, reality demands action and consequences, we are not here to explain,” warned Beatriz Johnson Urrutia.
Providing a work system without bureaucracies, functionality, stopping illegals and corruption, increasing surveillance, solving everyday problems efficiently and quickly, are some of the solutions that help to improve the province and reduce the impact of tightening the blockade, imposed by the United States.
José Ramón Monteagudo Ruiz emphasized: “We must reach the 65th anniversary of the Revolution with a more beautiful, cleaner, vibrant Santiago, with the contribution and support of all of us. You have to put your soul, heart and life into it.”
Focusing on objectives, critical study of situations, learning from failures, increasing strength, and considering different criteria, in search of building a safe, autonomous and honorable environment for the life of the people of Santiago, is the call, to all. workers, in the face of difficult conditions.