Esteban Lazo Hernandez, President of the National Assembly of Popular Power in Cuba., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr.
We owe it to the people
So said Esteban Lazo Hernández, President of the National Assembly of Popular Power in a trade with the managers of the local organs of the capital, the Council of the Provincial Administration as well as a representation of the people's councils
Author: Arianna Ceballos | email@example.com
March 15, 2014
Esteban Lazo Hernandez, president of the National Assembly of People's Power, accompanied by Mercedes López Acea, first secretary of the Party in the capital and vice president of the Council of State, members of the Political Bureau and Marta Hernandez, president of the Government in the province, visited several parts of the capital where investments are undertaken. After the tour of the works, in the Convention Center of Cojimar, the delegation had an exchange of work with leaders of government and business levels, as well as invited presidents of People's Councils and their deputies from the various ministries. Present also Maj. Gen. Ulises Rosales del Toro, vice president of the Council of Ministers and Deputy Chief of Government support group to the capital, and representatives of the secretary of the Council of Ministers.
President of the National Assembly of People's Power and Politburo member Esteban Lazo Hernández, toured Havana in which he could learn about the progress of the investment processes of different works carried out in the capital.
One of the places visited was a substation Tallapiedra Power Plant project to be completed in December this year. According to Ricardo Mangana, director of the Electric Company of Havana, the work-which is already a 82%-help strengthen the electrical system of the municipalities of Old Havana, Centro Habana and part of the capital district El Vedado, and will benefit more than 100,000 homes.
During the tour, Bow also chatted with the staff at Children's Hospital William Soler and workers involved in the construction of the new conductive in-Paso Seco stretch of 100th Street and First-Ring, which allows you to recover 200 liters of water per second that were lost before with the old driver. This work will improve water supply services in the municipality of Arroyo Naranjo and part of Cattle.
He stressed the need to improve the investment process through audit, control and confrontation illegalities and social indiscipline which may manifest. Similarly, he stressed the importance of the work carried out running with the required quality.
The leader also met with the presidents of the Municipal Assemblies of People's Power, administrative managers of the capital and a representation of the different people's councils, attended by Mercedes López Acea, member of the Politburo and first secretary of the Party in the territory Marta Hernández Romero, president of the Provincial Assembly and Ulises Rosales del Toro, Vice President of Council of Ministers and Deputy Chief of Governmental Support Group capital.
In exchange, they discussed the importance of improving the planning of local organs of People's Power and fulfill their roles.
On one of the issues that hit closer to the capital, the treatment of solid waste, a problem that threatens the health and hygiene, López Acea, also Vice President of the State Council, said that funding was approved for the import of a container group to help alleviate a little deficit currently presents the capital.
Were also addressed issues related to public transportation, gastronomy and commerce, rehabilitation of water networks, as well as housing.
Lazo said that there should be greater attention to the approaches of the population, "discuss popular advice by popular advice, because we owe it to the people."