A draft of an updated constitution for Cuba approved by the island’s National Assembly on 22 July has made headlines as much for what was left out as what was put in. Here are highlights of what’s in, what’s out and what’s staying in the proposed new Cuban constitution.
Why the plans for a new constitution?
The proposed 224-article new constitution will replace the 1976 national charter that enshrined one-party communism on the island following Fidel Castro’s 1959 revolution.
Acknowledging that Cuba and the world had changed since 1976, newly-elected Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel said the new realities meant the constitution was “obliged” to be updated, and he called the reform “deep”. 继续阅读Cuba’s new constitution: What’s in and what’s out
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