Cuba has long been a social policy pioneer in latin america since the 1959 revolution its government has developed ambitious social policies to address health care higher education employment the environment and broad social inequalities among other priorities. Undertaking professional social science in cuba must be a labor of love for the available resources are grossly inadequate ideological overseers are watching official statistics are scant and the authorities generally permit only small sample field studies. The social and economic model that is taking shape in cuba based on changes gradually being implemented require reforms for strengthening and giving greater autonomy to local government bodies which began to be renewed in october with the election of new municipal assembly members. Decentralization local government and citizen participation in cuba the collapse of socialist regimes after 1989 reflects more bankruptcy than political change the old revolutionaries and or counter revolutionaries depending on the perspective have been left unemployed
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