Latest News:  

English>>China Politics

Senior leader stresses improving CPC work style


08:09, May 17, 2013

BEIJING, May 16 (Xinhua) -- Senior Chinese leader Liu Yunshan urged relentless efforts in improving the work style of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

He made the remarks at a ceremony held to mark the opening of the new semester of the Party School of the CPC Central Committee on Thursday.

Liu, president of the CPC's top Party school and a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, said improving the work style is a continuous task for the CPC. He added that such efforts cannot be relaxed.

Meanwhile, Liu said the current work-style campaign should focus on scrapping formalism, bureaucracy, hedonism and extravagance, and officials must play exemplary roles.

In a bid to win the trust and support of the people, the CPC leadership pledged eight measures to improve the Party's work style and reject extravagance and bureaucracy last December.

On another occasion, Chinese President Xi Jinping called on all Party organs and members to maintain a frugal lifestyle and make determined efforts to oppose ostentation and reject hedonism and extravagance.

We recommend:

New Dutch King Willem-Alexander sworn in

See the remarkable photos of April

May Day protests around the globle

People rally to urge immigration policy

Greek Orthodox Patriarch's washing of feet ceremony

101.73-carat diamond to be auctioned in Geneva

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:ZhangQian、Yao Chun)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name


Selections for you

  1. Jiangmen missile frigate in fire training

  2. Troops in night equipment support drill

  3. Traditional Carabao Festival kicks off

  4. Photo story: Child models' adult world

  5. Child molestation case takes a new turn

  6. Foggy river
    in E China

  7. Hot baseball cheerleading squads in China's Taiwan

  8. Highlights of Chinese table tennis team

  9. The man of mystery opens up

  10. Silkworm breeding in S China

Most Popular


  1. Protectionism no painkiller for Europe
  2. Culture key to sustainable development
  3. Ten white papers, road to human rights protection
  4. Teen's tragedy reveals child abuse problems
  5. People with depression show disrupted brain 'clock'
  6. iPad obsession hurting child's development
  7. Positive signs in Europe hard won
  8. Who do psychiatrists turn to for therapy?

What’s happening in China

Sex case
takes a new turn

  1. China provides life for Indian family
  2. China allocates 9.4 bln USD for public housing
  3. FedEx pledges fund to assist Sichuan quake relief
  4. Man arrested for plane bomb hoax calls
  5. Shanghai battery factory canceled over protest