Matanzas is the second province with the most delays in the digitization of the Land Registry, according to Eddy Soca Baldoquín, Director of Soil and Land Control of the Ministry of Agriculture (MINAG).
Of the 20 thousand 112 files of holders only about nine thousand have been introduced into the system and the municipality of Jagüey Grande has the worst results.
According to Pedro Yasser Ortiz, delegate of Agriculture in the citrus territory, the entity has no connection to the Virtual Private Network of the Ministry and must travel about 31 km to the Zapata Swamp to enter the files into the system.
The digitized files will be part of a database that will be hosted on the servers of the Telecommunications Company of Cuba, Etecsa and can be accessed through an application, according to statements to the Cuban News Agency of Juan Gerardo Benítez, director of the Business Unit of Information Technology and Communications of MINAG.
However, territories such as Jovellanos and Matanzas are the most advanced in this regard.
Eddy Soca Baldoquín pointed out that streamlining the digitalization of land tenure records guarantees the agile flow of information and production control.
To date, the province of Matanzas is the second worst province in this process that is part of the computerization of society.