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50 spokesmen of Beijing gov’t meet public

By Wang Minghao (People's Daily)

14:53, December 31, 2011

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

A total of 50 spokesmen for the Beijing Municipal Government and its commissions, offices and bureaus as well as its subordinate governments of districts and counties met the public at a press conference on the afternoon of Dec. 29.

The spokesmen for the Beijing Municipal Government, Beijing Municipal Commission of Development and Reform, Beijing Administration of Work Safety, Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture, Beijing Investment Promotion Bureau and Fengtai District Government introduced their own jobs of different areas.

They said they will keep improving their qualities and professional knowledge, maintain close contacts with media, offer more convenience and technical supports for interviews and play more active roles in promoting the transparency of governmental affairs.

Starting from 2012, Beijing would increase its new release frequency and hold press conferences periodically and non-periodically.

Meanwhile, Beijing will improve its subject selection and planning work for news release, strengthen the governmental news release and actively carry out governmental news release activities of various kinds based on the principle of “being transparent, precise and active.”

In addition, regarding important events and focal issues, Beijing will also release news and respond to media timely.

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