Cuba to begin constitutional reforms to formalise ''opening-up'

Cuba to begin constitutional reforms to formalise ''opening-up'
 

Presidential term limits and the legalisation of same-sex marriage are amongst reforms being proposed by Cuba's national assembly.
The intention is to constitutionally formalise the island's economic and social opening-up while maintaining the "irrevocable nature of socialism".
Former President Raúl Castro will lead the potential reforms, President Miguel Diaz-Canel has announced.
Mr Díaz-Canel took over from Mr Castro as the country's leader in April.
The Castro brothers, first Fidel and them Raul. ruled the country between 1959 and 2018.
Mr Díaz-Canel is an avowed socialist. In... read more

 
2 June 2018 in World News, Views: 75
Source: BBC
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