A cooperation agreement for the protection of children and adolescents from sale, prostitution, pornography, trafficking and other forms of sexual abuse was signed today in Havana by representatives of the Ministry of the Interior (MININT) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

Clearly evident in the proposed constitutional reform is the updating of Cuba’s economic model, based on documents approved during the Seventh Party Congress which point toward a more just society.

Cuba will experience from today a transcendental political and democratic exercise which success will depend, in the first place, on the active and committed participation of Cuban people, as Army General Raul Castro described the popular consultation on the Draft Constitution of the Republic of Cuba.

Cuba arrived on Thursday to the figure of three million international visitors, a figure that was achieved in the midst of the campaigns organized and directed by the Government of the White House to discourage the flow of Americans to the country, as reported the Ministry of Tourism (MINTUR).