Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba

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The Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba is the highest decision-making body of the Cuban party-state.

Convocations[edit]

Congress Duration
(start—end)
Delegates CC elected Central Report
(presented by)
Charter
(amendments)
PMR
1st Congress
6 days
1975 election
17 December

22 December 1975
3,116 ? FM

14 AM
Fidel Castro Adopted
2nd Congress
4 days
1979–1980 election
17 December

20 December 1980
1,780 148 FM

? CM
Fidel Castro Amendment
3rd Congress
4 days
1985–1986 election
4 February

7 February 1986
1,784 146 FM

79 AM
Fidel Castro Amendment
4th Congress
5 days
1990–1991 election
10 October

14 October 1991
1,772 225 Fidel Castro Amendment
5th Congress
4 days
1996–1997 election
8 October

10 October 1997
1,500 150 Fidel Castro Amendment
6th Congress
4 days
2010–2011 election
16 April

19 April 2011
997 115 Raúl Castro Amendment 800,000
7th Congress
4 days
2015–2016 election
16 April

19 April 2016
995 142 Raúl Castro 670,000

References[edit]

General[edit]

Information on congresses, number of delegates, number of people elected to CCs, party membership, the individual who presented the Political Report and information on when the congresss was convened can be found in these sources:

Bibliography[edit]

Articles and journals:

Specific[edit]