The commission also addressed the core issues of the Central Report.

Havana, Cuba: Delegates to the 8th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) approved the day before a resolution proposal to update the Economic and Social Policy Guidelines that will be applied during the next five-year period.

This document, approved for the first time at the party meeting in 2011, constitutes the basis of the socioeconomic measures adopted by the Caribbean nation and traces, for example, the route of the so-called Ordinance Task that has been applied since January 1.

This resolution proposal and another on the conceptualization of the Cuban economic and social model of socialist development will be discussed and approved during the plenary session of this conclave that will last until April 19.

On the other hand, the commission that evaluates these issues also addressed the core issues of the Central Report presented the day before by the first secretary of the PCC, Raúl Castro.

In the opinion of the deputy prime minister, Jorge Luis Tapia Fonseca, the text includes transcendental topics in which we cannot make mistakes and leaves us traced the path towards the future.

Regarding the need to increase the efficiency of the business system and production in Cuba, issues also exposed in the first secretary’s report, the delegates agreed on the importance of an early take-off.

“Many times, due to the lack of resources, instead of concentrating on looking for them and working efficiently, we say that there is no money and that it cannot be done,” said Deputy Prime Minister Alejandro Gil.

The also head of Economy and Planning advocated banishing this mentality and called for applying ideas that allow generating, instead of asking.

For her part, the Deputy Prime Minister, Inés María Chapman, called on the entire militancy to work together and debate the Central Report at the grassroots and urged that each one fulfill the assigned role to achieve the defense of socialist society.

The delegates also assured that discipline, the fight against illegality and corruption are also priority elements to increase the efficiency of the business system.

During this second day, other commissions debated on the functioning of the Party, its structure, the role of the new generations and the ideological work within the political organization.

In this regard, those attending the conclave highlighted the importance of culture and the domain of history in the face of subversion plans against the island.

“The vast majority of Cuban artists and intellectuals have accompanied the revolutionary process, so do not get confused on social networks, no matter how efficient they may seem, here the Revolution is in the street and in the heart of the people”, the renowned writer Miguel Barnet said.

For his part, the director of Casa de las Américas, Abel Prieto, emphasized that the contemporary and cultural crisis is focused on transmitting a message about the importance of the present, making people believe that everything old is discarded, it is something that went out of fashion and this is an item that the enemy uses.

The congress of the PCC is the most important political event on the island and this eighth edition coincides with the 60th anniversary of the proclamation of the socialist character of the revolutionary process and the defeat of the mercenary invasion by Playa Girón, armed and financed by the United States.

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