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New CPC leadership rejects extravagance, bureaucracy (3)


08:55, December 05, 2012


Prof. Xie Zhiqiang with the Party School of the CPC Central Committee believed that the new requirements are another move of a series of exemplary conducts taken by the CPC's new top leadership in improving the Party's work style.

"The eight requirements are feasible and targeted," Prof. Xie said. "They will help leaders turn rhetoric of improving work style into practice."

Xi Jinping said in his speech when meeting the press after being elected general secretary of the CPC Central Committee that the new leadership had taken on an important responsibility for the people and the party had to solve problems such as "corruption, being divorced from the people, going through formalities and bureaucratism."

"We must make every effort to solve these problems. The whole Party must stay on full alert," Xi said.

Two members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee recently asked officials not to read their prepared reports at meetings to save time in order to speak about more concrete contents.

Taking the lead by their own examples from the top leadership will bring a nationwide influence with new changes and fashion in work style, said Xie.

Prof. Wang Yukai with Chinese Academy of Governance said the eight requirements are designed and aimed at dealing with complaints from the public for a long time.

"They showcased a strong determination of the top leadership to fight chronic and lingering problems within the Party," Prof. Wang said.

The Political Bureau's meeting on Tuesday is seen as a follow-up to the pledge to win public trust and support at the CPC's 18th national congress.

The CPC congress report said that the Party should "put people first, exercise governance for the people and always maintain close ties with them".

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