The results of the Union of Young Communists (UJC) in Urban District No. 3 Antonio Maceo and the strengthening of its base committees were examined during the Balance Assembly, with the view of the XII Congress of the organization.
The stability of the indicators indicates the work done during the evaluation, explained Ismely García Rodríguez, General Secretary of the District Committee, in recent years. However, rank growth is a task that needs to be emphasized in the new stage.
Regarding participation in the priority actions of the territory, the role of the UJC in the transformation of institutions and communities is highlighted, as is the production of food in La República Organopónico. In this sense, the contributions of the Álvaro Barriel Semi-boarding School, the Mario Maceo Pre-University Institute, and the Hotel Versalles Group excel.
“It is not possible to remember this period of work without mentioning the two years of the pandemic. COVID-19 has confirmed the altruism of our youth: the experiences of isolation centers and red zones to take care of the most vulnerable, earning them Youth for Life Status,” said Rodríguez.
He argues that the Federation of High School Students achieves a greater quality of processes and that the Youth Technical Brigades constitute a basic link between the new and creative work of the new.
During the meeting, held at the Hermanos Marañón Semi-boarding School, the new members of the District Directorate of the Municipal Bureau were announced: Yudssara Garbey Bueno, Lorena Cobelo Tomas, Darling Turcás Fernández, and Yuliet Oliva, as General Secretary. Similarly, the delegates to the next municipal assembly were chosen.
José Ramón Monteagudo Ruíz, First Secretary of the Party in Santiago de Cuba, was urged to take advantage of all the capabilities of the youth as the pioneers of society. The meeting was also attended by Beatriz Johnson Urrutia, Governor of the province, as well as Lisbeth Ramírez Hernández, First Secretary of the UJC Committee of the territory, and national officials.
District No. 3: Antonio Maceo presented 209 basic structures of the Young Communist League and 8 committees, grouping 2,935 militants, 1,730 students, and 1,205 workers. Before its assembly, 150 consolidation processes took place.