Prosecutors, field workers, retirees and law students celebrated in Matanzas the 46th anniversary of the creation of the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic of Cuba, an organ that ensures strict compliance with the Constitution, laws and other legal provisions.
At the appointment, the prosecutor of Jagüey Grande, Lidiannys Izquierdo, recalled the role of young people in defending socialist legality.
In the act, chaired by the authorities of the Communist Party of Cuba and the Government, as well as by other organs of the exercise of justice in the territory, the stamps were handed over for the years of services to workers in the area.
In addition, the Chief Prosecutor of the province, Nancy Ramírez Naranjo, read the congratulatory letter from the Attorney General of the Republic of Cuba, Yamila Peña Ojeda.
The hard period of work characterized by the increase of the fiscal force and the strengthening of the links with the University of Matanzas and with the students of the average technician in Law was also recalled.
On December 23, 1841, the famous patriot and jurist Ignacio Agramonte y Loynaz was born in the Villa of Santa María of the Port of the Prince.
In honor of that illustrious Cuban, that same day, but from 1973, the Attorney General’s Office was created as an independent body of the jurisdictional function, which was granted the power to exercise public criminal action on behalf of the State.