Salvador Valdés Mesa confirms actions for community resuscitation in Güines.

Mayabeque, Cuba: The Vice President of the Republic of Cuba, Salvador Valdés Mesa, in a visit to the municipality of Güines, confirmed the progress of the actions of the community recovery program in the Amistad-Río Seco and Urbano II Popular Councils. El Reparto neighborhood, one of the most vulnerable areas of the Mayabeque province, is located in the latter.

In exchange with the local authorities and entities based in this community, he learned of the maintenance work in the commercial complex, educational centers and pharmacies, in addition to the patching of roads, the repair of stops and attention to single mothers with three or more children, as well as other vulnerable groups.

Many of these problems constitute proposals of the electors that for more than five years had no solution. However, community resuscitation allows raising the quality of life in rural areas focused on these issues that are a priority today.

Currently, in these places, work is being done to solve the problems identified regarding the supply of water, public lighting, roads, the creation of new and communal services, as well as the legalization of housing.

The journey of the also member of the Political Bureau included a visit to the Secondary Scholl Héroes de Bolivia in Güines in the process of constructive maintenance for the restoration of the patrimonial values ​​of the institution and the premises that will host the next November 15 346 students who will continue the school year.

In the Reparto neighborhood in Güines, the deputy to the National Assembly for this municipality exchanged with the factors of the community and had details of the execution of constructive actions, the painting and maintenance of medical offices 7 and 8, as well as the repair work of warehouses and the maintenance of five houses to which they granted a subsidy.

He also received information about the work for the evacuation of waste in different areas and social care for people disconnected from study and work.

Indira La O Herrera

Periodista en Radio Mayabeque


Por Indira La O Herrera

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