Isabel González: I live proud of the female protagonism in Camagüey


Camagüey, Cuba, Mar 4.- Among the 20 women recently recognized with the order Ana Betancourt de Mora, granted by the Council of State on the proposal of the National Secretariat of the Federation of Cuban Females (FMC), was the Camagüey’s Isabel González Cárdenas, President of the Government in the province.

Speaking to Radio Cadena Agramonte, with regard to this decoration, the Cuban Parliament also expressed her pride because Camagüey is a territory in which the female sector is the protagonist in important economic and social fronts.

González Cárdenas received the distinction, in addition to her outstanding political, labor and social trajectory, and her fidelity to the revolutionary ideals, for her accompaniment and prioritized attention to the organization that will forever carry the imprint of Vilma Spinn, whose legacy guides the current and future path.

On the other hand, the young Melissa Morales Delgado was a creditor of the condition 10th Congress of the FMC, which likewise was given to 22 base leaders, who impregnated with joy, enthusiasm and renewing forces the organization.

In her Facebook social network account, Morales Delgado said that this is a sign of the trust placed in the new generations, continuing the revolutionary work.

The Ana Betancourt order, together with the Mariana Grajales, was awarded in the capital at ceremony in which José Ramón Machado Ventura, Second Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party, and Teresa Amarelle Boué, member of the Political Bureau and General Secretary of the Federation of Cuban Women participated, among other authorities.

The 10th Congress of the FMC will take place from March 6 to 8 at the Palace of Conventions, and 29 Camagüey’s women will attend. At this time, the delegates carry out in the province, an intense pre-appointment program.

The event will be a few weeks after the commemoration of the 150 anniversary of the Assembly of Guaimaro, a context in which the voice of Ana Betancourt was raised to advocate for the emancipation of women, a dream that was not materialized until 1959. (Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: Taken from the Fb profile. of the Provincial Assembly of the People’s Power in Camagüey) (Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez)

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