Producers from Jaruco are recognized in the Municipal Act for the Day of the Cuban Peasant.

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Jaruco, Mayabeque. The Cooperative of Farming Production, Benito Juárez, located in the main town, hosted on the morning of this Saturday the Act for May 17, Cuban Farmers Day.
At the meeting several men and women from the countryside received the 60th Anniversary Medal of the Agrarian Reform Law, while more than a dozen peasants were recognized for their contributions in the production of food to the population.

Young people and women directly linked to the cultivation of grains and vegetables were also feted, as well as in key areas for the country’s economy, with the delivery of meat from larger and smaller livestock.

The central words of the Jaruco Act for the Cuban Peasant’s Day were in charge of the President of the National Association of Small Farmers (ANAP), in the territory, Yaima Gutíerrez Cándano, who congratulated the members of the Cooperative of Credits y Services (CCS) Rómulo Padrón, after having deserved the condition of National Vanguard Collective, granted by the Union of Agricultural Workers.

The Anapist appointment culminated with the commitment of farmers from Jaruco to redouble their efforts in the production of food to the people, in response to the country’s top management, and maintain the categorical rejection of Title Three of the Helms Bulton Law, imposed by the Government from United States.

Translated by Ada Iris Guerrero