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Significant changes in Central Economic Working Conference (2)

(People's Daily Online)

08:11, December 19, 2012

A meeting without empty conventional talks

The group discussions began on the afternoon of Dec. 15.

Before the group discussions, Provincial Party Secretary of Jiangsu Su Rong read out the notification of Secretariat Office, "The speeches must keep to the point and touch the reality and more constructive suggestions should be proposed. The speech time is limited within 10 minutes. The conference bulletin must highlight the important ideas and proposals and the contents of reporting works cannot appear in the bulletin."

Provincial governor of Jiangxi Lu Xinshe said that it is not easy to get to the point in short words, which is a test to the leading cadres' understanding level of the grassroots, the theoretical level and the ideas of development.

"No one has empty conventional talks but directly touches the substantive issues," director of the South-to-North Water Diversion Office under the State Council E Jingping told the reporter that everyone in his discussion group took the floor and sometimes five or six people interposed words when one was speaking.

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