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CPC leaders' bureaucracy-busting efforts to be scrutinized


08:52, December 14, 2012

BEIJING, Dec. 13 (Xinhua) -- Senior Communist Party of China (CPC) leader Liu Yunshan on Thursday said CPC leaders will be examined regularly on changes in their work style and the results will be made public.

Liu, a newly elected member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, made the remarks in a meeting on Party building.

He said unremitting efforts must be made to implement the "eight measures" to improve officials' work style put forward in a meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee on Dec. 4.

In the meeting, the newly elected leadership adopted a document issuing explicit requirements on how Political Bureau members should improve their work style in eight aspects.

In a bid to win the trust and support of the people, the new leadership has pledged to reject extravagance and reduce bureaucratic visits and meetings.

Liu reiterated that officials must improve the efficiency of conferences, the issuance of official documents, and inspection tours; cut unnecessary overseas visits; improve publicity of leaders' activities; and reject extravagance and formality.

Liu called on officials to accept oversight from the public, the press and society at large, adding that officials' work style should be considered in evaluating their overall performance, and in determining whether they get promoted.

Wang Qishan, another member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, also addressed the meeting.

Officials from several CPC departments, and ministries under the State Council, the country's cabinet, presented their organizations' plans to implement the "eight measures."

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