Cuba proposes biggest constitutional reform in decades

New draft constitution stirring public debate on modernising Cold War-era constitution.

    Cuba is undertaking its most significant political change in over 40 years, and the government is encouraging citizens to get involved.

    Thousands of community meetings are being held across the country, so people can share their thoughts on the new draft constitution.

    Al Jazeera's Julia Galiano reports from one of those gatherings, in Havana.


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