Unidos hacemos Cuba, ¡Viva el Primero de Mayo!. Imagen: Santiago Romero Chan
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May Day: For a living, united and victorious homeland

May Day: “Congratulations workers! What has been done to survive the pandemic under a tightened blockade, and nonetheless advancing, is monumental,” tweeted Party First Secretary and President Miguel Díaz-Canel, May 1

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Unidos hacemos Cuba, ¡Viva el Primero de Mayo!. Imagen: Santiago Romero Chang.
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Another celebration of Cuban workers

Cuban workers- The fact that this May Day Cubans will remain behind closed doors, once again, with the same desire to march we felt in 2020, does not mean in any way that we renounce the celebration of International Workers’ Day

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VIII Congreso del Partido Comunista de Cuba. Eighth Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba. Image: Santiago Romero Chang
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Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez elected as first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee- 8th Party Congress

Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez elected as first secretary. During the closing session of the 8th Congress, the 14 members of the Political Bureau and the Secretariat were also announced

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Giron, April brings another victory. Image: Santiago Romero Chang
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As on the sands of Playa Girón, the Party stands tall and invincible

Playa Girón- There is but one commitment: to defend the Revolution and to continue, at an accelerated pace, the construction of socialism – which demands a great deal.

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VIII Congreso del Partido Comunista de Cuba. Eighth Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba. Image: Santiago Romero Chang
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Proposed Central Committee candidature presented today

Central Committee- This Congress will be remembered as the moment when the historical generation, that founded and guided the party’s development, concluded the transfer of principal responsibilities to new generations of Communist militants

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A Mambí “ready, with a foot in the stirrup, to defend the homeland”

A Mambí “ready- «Let…

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