China's vice president stresses CPC's duties in quake relief work

20:39, April 19, 2010      

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China's Vice President Xi Jinping Monday told members and organizations of the Communist Party of China (CPC) they had strict responsibilities in restoring normal life in quake-stricken Qinghai Province and helping the survivors.

Xi, a member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Central Committee Political Bureau, made the requirements at a meeting of senior CPC leaders in Beijing on Party building.

Party members, officials and organizations responsible for civil affairs should make sure quake-affected people have enough food, clothes, drinking water and shelters, Xi said.

CPC members, officials and organizations working in health-care fields should treat the injured and prevent disease outbreaks, while members working in education should work to resume school classes, Xi said.

Other CPC officials and members in transport, electrical power and telecommunications should make efforts to repair infrastructure, and restore power, water supplies and road transport as soon as possible.

He Guoqiang, head of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, who was also present at the meeting, underlined disciplinary rules for quake relief work.

Source: Xinhua


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