Working more and better, a demand for Florida’s cooperatives

Florida, 6 Jul.- With more than 40 peasant, agricultural and sugarcane cooperatives, the municipality of Florida has the challenge of improving the operation of these structures and take advantage of the potential of each one of them in order to multiply the production, contracting and supply of food to the people.

The current situation, marked by weaknesses in the collection of food, milk and meat, requires organizing the functioning of the Boards of Directors and the fulfillment of their functions, achieving discipline in the execution of tasks and increasing control over the performance of associates and collectives in the peasant and other sectors.

With some three thousand affiliated producers, the cooperative and peasant movement of Florida has in its hands the responsibility to do more for the sovereignty and food and nutritional security of the municipality.

Notwithstanding the claim to work more and better in each one of the Agricultural Production, Credit and Service Cooperatives and the rest of the entities of the territory, it is also worth highlighting the protagonism of these structures in political missions and support to the government, as a response to the productive, social and community principles for which they were created in socialism.

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Licenciado en estudios Socioculturales de la Universidad de Camagüey. Diplomado en Periodismo. Labora como periodista en Radio Florida atendiendo sectores como Salud Pública, la Asociación Nacional de Agricultores Pequeños, Trabajo y Seguridad Social, entre otros. Contactos: Twitter: @SanPPZeta Facebook: Pedro Pablo Sáez

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