The newly renovated Capitolio will be the seat of legislative power in Cuba. A constitutional reform committee is in the process of deciding which proposals from a series of public debates will be included in a  new constitution that must be approved by the National Assembly before it heads to voters for an up or down vote next year.
The newly renovated Capitolio will be the seat of legislative power in Cuba. A constitutional reform committee is in the process of deciding which proposals from a series of public debates will be included in a new constitution that must be approved by the National Assembly before it heads to voters for an up or down vote next year. Matias J. Ocner mocner@MiamiHerald.com
The newly renovated Capitolio will be the seat of legislative power in Cuba. A constitutional reform committee is in the process of deciding which proposals from a series of public debates will be included in a new constitution that must be approved by the National Assembly before it heads to voters for an up or down vote next year. Matias J. Ocner mocner@MiamiHerald.com

Cuba asked for public feedback on a new constitution. Now it’s deciding which suggestions to include

December 03, 2018 08:00 AM