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Under Law 62/87 (Criminal Code) any attempt to commit a criminal offense can be penalized and as an ancillary order the court is authorized at the trial to confiscate any assets acquired illegally and to deport foreigners from Cuba after they have served the main sentence.
Parents, legal guardians or persons in charge who should commit these illegal acts on the person of offspring, wards or minors in their care shall temporarily have their parental-filial or guardian rights suspended.
The Ministry of Justice is responsible for the registration of all births and for issuing the birth certificates and, together with the Ministry of Public Health, has created the necessary conditions to this end.
The aforementioned Law is composed of articles that protect boys, girls, and adolescents during the process of obtaining passports and their departure from the country.
State and social organization and grass-roots bodies have the right to provide special attention to the comprehensive formation of children and the youth, as does the family and the school.
Chapter IV referring to “The Family”, from Article 35 to 38, expresses that the State protects the family, maternity and marriage.
Governmental Policies: During 2015 Cuba maintained its “Zero Tolerance” policy dealing with any form of trafficking in persons and other crimes related to sexual, labor or other types of exploitation by strengthening actions in the domestic context and adopting measures aimed at increasing prevention, combating, severely punishing the authors and providing protection for the victims.
At the same time, Cuba has increased its international collaboration as State-Party to the various international legal instruments signed on this matter.
Achievements in the area of social protection and public safety, equal opportunity to all, policies and programs for the empowerment of women, free of cost access to health and education services, and universal access to culture, sports and recreation continue to place Cuba in an exceptional position to organize said actions, through a governmental system made up of the bodies of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Republic of Cuba and the system of courts, the Ministries of Education and Higher Education, the Ministry of Labor and Social Security, the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Tourism, the Ministry of Public health, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, together with institutions such as the National Center for Sex Education (Cenesex in its Spanish acronym) and NGOs such as the Cuban Women’s Federation (FMC in its Spanish acronym).