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Motions, suggestions from China's national lawmakers gain positive feedbacks


16:25, March 09, 2012

BEIJING, March 9 (Xinhua) -- Motions and suggestions handed by national lawmakers have been well embodied in China's legislation and administration, according to a report from the top legislature Friday.

According to the report on the work of the Standing Committee of the 11th National People's Congress (NPC), delivered by top legislator Wu Bangguo at the ongoing parliamentary session, nine special committees under the NPC Standing Committee handled 566 motions of deputies referred to them by the presidium of the previous annual session of the 11th NPC.

Six laws, addressed in 15 of these motions, were deliberated and passed by the NPC Standing Committee in 2011, said Wu, chairman of the NPC Standing Committee.

Seven bills, brought up in 69 of these motions, were deliberated last year, while 28 legislative items discussed in 84 motions were included in the legislative plan and agenda, he said.

The special committees worked hard to better handle these motions and made good use of them in their legislative work, Wu said.

For example, the revision to the Law concerning the Prevention and Control of Occupational Diseases included deputies' motions to clarify responsibilities of employers, let trade unions play a bigger role and improve workplace hygiene inspection.

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