The print version of the constitutional reform proposal, that has been in circulation since July 31, is the best selling tabloid of this kind ever distributed by the state enterprise Correos de Cuba, which is responsible for circulating the document.
Of the 800,000 tabloids distributed to date, more than 699,000 have been sold, while another 200,000 will be delivered to sales points across the country today, to reach a million copies of the constitutional reform proposal, Eldis Vargas Camejo, vice president of Correos de Cuba, reported to Granma.
The run of another 200,000 was necessary, he said, since by Monday, August 6, supplies in most provinces were sold out.
Popular discussion of the draft constitutional reform will begin August 13 in meetings across the country in workplaces, community centers, and schools.
During this stage of the process, Cubans will be able to seek clarification and propose modifications to the text, to contribute to the drafting of a final proposal which will subsequently be submitted to a referendum vote.