The Council of Spanish Residents of Cuba faithful collaborators of the Democratic Memory Law

The Council of Spanish Residents of Cuba faithful collaborators of the Democratic Memory Law
The Council of Spanish Residents of Cuba faithful collaborators of the Democratic Memory Law

The Cuban CRE, like others created worldwide, are faithful defenders of Spaniards and descendants, materialized in the important consultation sessions for those who wish to obtain Spanish nationality on the island.

The Council of Spanish Residents of Cuba, chaired by María Antonia Rabanillo Dámera, the secretary José Antonio Cerra Arrime, the substitute members Felicidad Amat Zabaleta, Pedro Ventura González together with Ángela Alemañy Aguilera, Teresita García Fernández, guide all those who attend their offices held in the majority of the Spanish non-governmental associations that still They exist in the Republic of Cuba.

Without these Councils of Spanish Residents, united to the consulates, it would be almost impossible for Cuban citizens wishing to obtain Spanish nationality under the Democratic Memory Law can fulfill their mission.

The excellent services of the Cuban CRE have served, according to the Balance of Consular Activity, for Havana to become one of the countries that issues the most passports based on the Democratic Memory Law.

In 2022, more than 4,700 Cubans obtained Spanish nationality

Compared to 2023, a notable increase is observed, attributed to the extension of this hopeful Democratic Memory Law, extended until 2025.

More than 21,000 passports have been issued in the Cuban capitalonly surpassed by Buenos Aires with about 38,000 despite the fact that the number of Cuban citizens is demographically much lower than that of the Argentine Republic. In two years, the Spanish Consulates have processed more than 226,000 nationality applications, of which more than 110,000 were approved.

Therefore, we must take into account and congratulate the Councils of Spanish Residents in the world, especially to the Cuban, collaborate and contribute with a ray of hope to the descendants residing in the Margarita de los Mares, also called the Key of the Gulf, Cuba.

 
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