Organization of the Courts System

The Constitution of the Republic of Cuba establishes the bases on which the organization of the Cuban judicial system is based.
Regarding the judicial function, article 120 states that "The function of imparting justice comes from the people and is exercised on behalf of the Supreme Court by the People's Supreme Court and the other Courts that the law establishes."
The organic and functional independence of the courts is endorsed in article 121, when it provides that these constitute a system of state organs, structured with functional independence of any other and hierarchically subordinate to the National Assembly of People's Power and the Council of State, as well As the highest judicial authority is exercised by the Supreme People's Court, whose decisions in this order are final, and gives its Governing Council the legislative initiative, the regulatory power and empowers it to establish a uniform judicial practice in the interpretation and application of the law.