Choosing the New CID Executive in the Municipality of San Juan y Martinez

CID Executive in San Juan y Martinez

Activists of the Cuban Independent and Democractic Party (CID) in the municipality of San Juan y Martinez met at the home of Rasbel Espinosa Caraballo, located in the Jesus Menendez Cooperative, Monterey, San Juan y Martinez municipality, on the afternoon of Sunday, December 4 to select the new executive of the organization in the village.

In the presence of Rolando Pupo Carralero, President of the Committee of Free Peasants of the CID, a new executive was nominated and an electoral commission appointed composed of Luis Alberto Hernández Marrero, provincial delegate, former political prisoner Pedro Luis Hernandez Rodriguez and Ermes Rodríguez Blanco, who after counting the votes proclaimed as the new executive of DIC in the town head of San Juan y Martinez municipality:

-Rasbel Espinosa Caraballo —- Delegate

-Orleán Ventos Gonzales—- Vice Delegate

-Isley Ventos González —- Treasurer

-Yusniel Pupo Carralero —- Attention to Political Prisoners

-Bertha Irene González Tejera —- Women’s Care and Education

The provincial delegate congratulated the new government and encouraged them to work together, strengthening the organization and growth in the area.

In the name of the Secretary of the National Executive Committee of the CID a moment of silence was announced for Laura Maria Labrada Pollan, followed by prayers for Laura Pollan founder of the Ladies in White and ending with the reading of the Declaration of Caracas.

Katia Sonia Martín Véliz

December 5 2011

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