To solve the problems we have in the community with concrete actions, the national secretary of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC), Teresa Amarelle Boué, called the Municipal Assembly XI Congress of the organization, held this Sunday in Las Tunas.
Delegates debated topics such as teenage pregnancy, working with young people, caring for mothers with three or more children and the elderly alone, as well as the accomplishment of numerical tasks.
“If you work with love and commitment, the tasks will succeed,” said Alina Acanda Cruz, general secretary of the Block, showing the preventive actions carried out by the FMC in the community of Río Potrero to achieve the good results they are showing now.
For her part, the young student Laura Fajardo Espinosa from Block 23 in the La Loma neighborhood proposed to hold training workshops in the neighborhoods for youth and youth who have lost their studies and work, and she also proposed to hold a craft and art exhibition. raise funds for other activities.
Manuel René Pérez Gallego, fthe irst secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba in the province, promoted the work of the women’s organization and agreed on the criteria that more should be done.
He urged us to include the best experiences in the work, to strengthen the structures, to pay more attention to the main trees, and to take advantage of the great energy that exists now in each neighborhood.
The 150 delegates of the Assembly elected 39 members of the Municipal Committee of the Federation of Cuban Women in Las Tunas, which, in its first meeting, chose its secretariat and approved Yudelkis González Henderson as its general secretary.
In making the conclusions of the Assembly, Roberto Carlos López Saborit, the first secretary of the PCC in the territory, emphasized the prominence of women in all the work done in the communities, especially in social work.
He called to promote the legacy of Cuban heroes, such as Vilma Espín, Brígida Zaldívar, Mariana Grajales, and many others, in defense of the Revolution in all areas.