The first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (CC-PCC) and President of the Republic Miguel Díaz-Canel, said Thursday in Santa Clara that the Revolution seeks to maintain all Cuban youths connected with studies and work. He emphasized that more opportunities must be generated for young people.
Together with the seven remaining candidates for deputies to the Parliament for the capital city of the central province of Villa Clara, the head of state held an emotional meeting with young people who for years were away from study and work.
Some of them had spent 10 or 15 years disconnected from their studies, and found opportunities in nursing or pedagogy courses.
For his part, the first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba in the province considered that “the Revolution itself has to be an opportunity for all young people.”