UCI Supervisors Contribute to Constitutional Reform Process
Iván Pérez Mallea is a young Cuban of these times, committed to the Revolution and convinced that we are living a historic moment, building a new Constitution for the good of all Cubans, for the present and the future generations.
He works as the Head of the Department of Learning Technologies, at the National Distance Education Center (Cened), at the University of Informatics Sciences (UCI). Three months ago, he was selected by the National Electoral Commission (CEN) and by the University's top executives to be the Coordinator of the supervisors of this commission at UCI.
"This work is of vital importance, because we are taking to the National and Provincial Commission the state in which the different organizational processes are taking place in the municipal electoral commissions of the constituencies” Ivan states in a dialogue with the journalists of Mella Newspaper.
This professional, who also works as a professor, is in charge of a group composed of ten people from the different schools of the University, who support the work of the CEN in the province of Havana. He told us that, "This group is made up of well-prepared and willing young people; these professors and specialists have always been willing to carry out all the tasks assigned to them."
"The CEN has once again placed its trust in UCI members to support the constitutional referendum process, due to the willingness, efficiency and seriousness of this university community. Each school selected the people who are part of the group of supervisors, to measure the behavior of the process and the preparation prior to the voting.
"The supervisors, together with the Cuban people are living a transcendental moment in the history of our country, since they have contributed to the construction of the Magna Carta. It is a cause for rejoicing for all Cubans to build a Constitution which reflects the rights and duties of all Cubans. With our support in the development of the process, we become protagonists of this reform.
"Next February 24, UCI will say Yes for Cuba, for the new Constitution and for everything the revolutionary process represents. This day, all the members of the supervisors’ group will be supporting the work of the electoral commissions, analyzing how the process is developing and ensuring its quality.”