Cuban parliamentarians will submit the Land Water Bill for approval, after analyzing it at the working committees of the People''s Power National Assembly, it was reported today.
Discussions on the future law will be held in the context of the Ninth Regular Session of the Eighth Legislature of the People's Power National Assembly (ANPP), which will take place on July 14.
According to the legislator Miriam Brito, the legislation summarizes the analysis held by the parliamentarians in their meetings and the people through e-mail and on the ANPP website.
Participants in this session will be informed about the Life Task: a State Plan to confronting climate change, in addition to the details on the Liquidation of the State Budget in 2016 and the implementation of the Economic Plan during the first semester of 2017, Brito said at the plenary session.
Parliamentarians will also receive information on July 13 about the updating of the Computerization Program of Society, added the lawmaker, who was quoted by the newspaper Juventud Rebelde.
All ANPP committees will address the responses to the statements from the population, and will discuss measures to fight illegalities, crime and corruption.