Havana, Cuba.- Deputies of the National Assembly of People”s Power of Cuba (ANPP) begin today the first ordinary session of the 9th legislature of that body, during which they will analyze the Draft Constitution of the Republic.

Since last 18th, parliamentarians studied the document, both individually and in groups.

In addition, they expressed their doubts to the members of the temporary commission in charge of the Constitutional Reform and to a team of advisers, according to a note published on the ANPP website.

After the Parliament approves it, the project will be submitted to popular consultation, prior to the call for referendum for approval or not by the Cuban citizens.

The proposed new Constitution includes a preamble and 224 articles, divided into 11 titles, 24 chapters and 16 sections, and maintains the political foundations of the socialist and revolutionary state.