Cuban President urges to banish inefficiency and bureaucracy.


HOLGUIN, Cuba.- The Cuban President, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, urged this Thursday to banish bureaucracy and inefficiency, when speaking in a review of the housing policy as part of the government visit to Holguin.

Diaz-Canel also called for speeding up work systems to ensure the well-being of the people and to advance the eradication of the problems related to that sector.

On several occasions, the head of State has insisted on the need to increase the construction of building materials and the use of the infrastructure created for production at the local level.

The Cuban President has also called for improved attention to the subsidy program, as well as implementing in an efficient and agile way the new regulations for ordering and legalization of housing in the country.

Conditions of Medical Services in Holguin

The Cuban President, Miguel Diaz-Canel, started the second day of the government visit to Holguin with a tour of Lucia Iniguez Landin Clinical-Surgical-Teaching Hospital.

In a meeting with workers of the sanitary facility, the President learned the center progresses in the application of the computerization program aimed at improving its services.

Together with members of the Council of Ministers, Diaz-Canel visited the Hematology Room, the Guard Room and the computer department of the hospital that has almost 500 beds and attends to more than one million people.

This Wednesday began Diaz-Canel´s journey through Holguin, by the 60 anniversary of the October Revolution cane-harvesters company. He also visited the Heroes of July 26factory, the Dairy Company and the Mini-industry of Select Fruits.