By Jesús Arboleya on August 9, 2018
In what marks a before and after in Cuban migration policy, it was announced last week that residents who live abroad will be able to participate in the consultation process regarding the future Constitution of the country.
Since 1978, the Cuban government has promoted meetings with groups of emigrants to discuss issues that concern them specifically. Decisions covering all emigration have also been made, such as the authorization of visits in 1979, or part of it, such as the 2013 immigration reform, which modified the status of migrants as of that date. However, for the first time a decision is made that includes all emigrants without distinction and is related to essential issues of the entire nation, as is the case of the Constitution.
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