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Senior official stresses transparency in gov't work

(Xinhua)

08:17, May 25, 2012

BEIJING, May 24 (Xinhua) -- State Councilor Ma Kai urged officials on Thursday to ensure citizens' rights to know and participate in government work to improve government transparency and credibility.

Speaking Thursday at a meeting, Ma stressed information transparency concerning people's livelihoods, including affordable housing, production safety incidents, food safety issues and environmental protection.

"Land expropriation and house demolition projects can only be conducted after public notice and the consideration of local people's opinions, and relevant compensation plans must be disclosed in full detail," Ma said.

In addition, Ma called for more efforts to promote information transparency on government spending and other aspects through the Internet, radio and television as well as newspaper and magazines.

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