Chinese vice president stresses promotion of hardworking officials at grassroots

09:26, December 18, 2010      

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Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping Friday stressed efforts to promote outstanding officials at the grassroots who had tirelessly performed official duties honestly and diligently for the people.

Xi, also a Standing Committee member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Part of China (CPC) Central Committee, made the remarks while addressing a meeting of officials at CPC organization departments across the country.

CPC's organization departments are responsible for work concerning the selection of party cadres.

From 2011 to the first half of 2012, the current leadership of the CPC's provincial, municipal, county, and township level committees will be re-elected.

Stressing the importance of the re-election, Xi said the year 2011 also marks the 90th anniversary of CPC's founding and the inaugural year for implementation of the 12th Five Year Plan, China's development blueprint covering the coming five years from 2011-2015.

He urged party authorities to select and promote only those cadres who have both political integrity and professional competence.

Further, Xi called for improved supervision over officials, especially those in key positions including heads of party committees or governments, chiefs of law enforcement agencies, and those in charge of personnel changes, money and materials, and other critical areas.

He said he hoped that the re-election would further strengthen the leadership of the CPC in China and help contribute to the country's social and economic development in the coming five years.

Source: Xinhua
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