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Havana_ President Miguel Diaz-Canel ratified today Cuba's condemnation of a draft resolution submitted by the United States to the United Nations Security Council to step up its crusade against Venezuela, Prensa Latina reports.

Havana_ The new Constitution of Cuba defends sovereignty, independence and dignity, President Miguel Diaz-Canel said today, when there remains less than two weeks before the referendum to ratify the Magna Carta, Prensa Latina reports.

Havana_ President Miguel Diaz-Canel noted on Monday that with the new Constitution of the Republic, Cuba will be a better place and it will be more in tune with the present days, Prensa Latina reports.

New Delhi_ A photo exhibition on the life and work of the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, will be appreciated in several universities in New Delhi from tomorrow on, Prensa Latina reports.

Havana, Cuba_ We are going to build more beautiful works where the tornado did damage, President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez said in the Special Round Table, when evaluating the recovery of Havana after the devastating phenomenon.

Havana_ Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel has called to tackle housing problem caused in Havana by a devastating tornado and expedite construction and repair, Prensa Latina reports.

Mayabeque, Cuba_ The Yes for the Constitution prevails among the voters of the municipality of Madruga, who bet for the legal text, which reflects the interest of all Cubans to continue building a Homeland with freedom, justice and sovereignty.

Havana, Cuba_ The conditions for voters to exercise their right to vote in the constitutional referendum on February 24 are guaranteed in the areas affected by the tornado in Havana, according to the Secretary of the National Electoral Commission, María Esther Bacallao, Radio Reloj publishes.

Mayabeque, Cuba_ In the final stretch of the CON TODOS program that deals with details about the referendum that will take place on February 24 and the Magna Carta approved by the Cuban Parliament, the announcer Amaury Flores requested the Secretary of the Council of State, Homero Acosta, to give his opinion about the importance of voting for the Yes.