Cuba is going to constitution to adjust

HAVANA – The communist island nation of Cuba wants the over forty year old constitution to adapt to. The parliament has ex-president Raúl Castro (86) Saturday at the head of the committee set about that task must bend.

Raúl Castro

The current constitution dates from 1976, when the Cold War was in full swing. Raúl Castro, the brother of former leader Fidel Castro, has already expressed for adjustments. There may be a limit on the number of terms for political leaders. Also are probably economic reforms included in the constitution.

The daughter of the former president, Mariela Castro, wants the new constitution the same-sex marriage. She said previously there action for. The parliament may will first report on the draft of the new constitution. That is later on in a referendum submitted to the people.

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