ANAP plenary process began in Camagüey

ANAP plenary process began in Camagüey
ANAP plenary process began in Camagüey

CAMAGÜEY.- Members of the peasant and cooperative sector of Camagüey held the XI ordinary plenary session of the Provincial Committee of the National Association of Small Farmers (ANAP), process that will last until the 28th in all regions of the country.

The strengthening of structures at the base, the behavior of the main productive indicators, and the confrontation with crime, corruption, illegalities and social indiscipline were some of the points discussed at the meeting.

Sergio Rodríguez Salcedo, member of the Provincial Bureau of the Agri-Food sphere, reported that compared to the previous year, higher results have been achieved in vegetables, vegetables, beans, corn, rice and sheep meat, while there has been a decrease in milk, honey. bee and pork.

“The harvest was also inferior. The three industries presented instability in the grinding, which significantly influenced the fulfillment of the daily task, in addition to the lack of fuel, spare parts, tires, batteries, lubricants, and poor organization in the outage scheduling due to unscheduled candles, and the lack of electricity in the collection centers,” he explained.

In general sense, it is necessary to change methods and work styles that allow for greater control of production and their marketing, increase agroecological practices, achieve correct use of the land fund or carry out a good Spring campaign. .

Actions against crime are another pending task to overcome. At the end of May, the impact was 2,208 heads, of which 1,649 vaccines, with the highest incidence in the Guáimaro and Najasa municipalities.

“At this moment we have about 350 auxiliaries of the National Revolutionary Police in the sector, and the approval of more than 404 associates is in process, in addition to those responsible for Security and Protection in the organizations,” said Elizabeth Arca Morell, member of the Bureau in the sphere of Education and Political and Ideological Work in the ANAP of the territory.

“We have Peasant Surveillance Detachments, however the numbers in the growth of crime make it clear to us that we still have a lot to do to achieve the necessary levels of consolidation,” he assured.

The action plan was reinforced, including prioritizing surprise tours and visits to vulnerable communities, achieving the warning system in 100% of the farms, organizing monthly check-up programs with night tours, and maximizing the complaint.

During the plenary session, more than twenty activities were proposed for the next stage of work, and member movements in the Provincial Committee were approved. Comrades Diudnel Jiménez Peña and Yoandris Arias Hernández were promoted as presidents of the ANAP in the municipalities of Guáimaro and Santa Cruz del Sur respectively.

“Here we have seen several strategic issues for the development of the peasant cooperative sector in the province. We fundamentally evaluated the involvement of the committee members in all the priorities that the organization carries out, with emphasis on food production,” Osmani Pérez told Adelante. Márquez, member of the ANAP National Bureau, which addresses the Organization and Administration sphere.

“There was a lot of emphasis on the issues that we need to continue promoting and obtaining the result that the highest leadership of the country is asking of us.”

Also on the day, the national seminar began in the province with all the specialist cadres who are members of the committee to develop the organic process of the XIII Congress of the organization.

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