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Xi stresses safety for livelihoods, national harmony


09:32, June 01, 2013

NANJING, May 31 (Xinhua) -- Chinese president Xi Jinping has urged a deepening of a national campaign to strengthen safety, which he described as a basic premise for people's health as well as national development.

Xi's remarks were included in his written instruction publicized for a Friday meeting on "Safe China," a national campaign to ensure civilian and national security.

Praising the work of various political and law enforcement organs in recent years, Xi called for more efforts to solve "deep-rooted" problems in a systematic, integrated, and lawful manner in order to ensure people's livelihoods, social order and the country's long-term stability.

At the meeting, Meng Jianzhu, secretary of the Commission for Political and Legal Affairs of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, urged a focus on prominent issues that induce intense public concern and affect social harmony and stability.

"These problems must be solved one by one... to give citizens a heightened sense of safety," Meng said, adding that the construction of political and legal affairs organs at the grassroots level should be strengthened.

In addition, Meng called for improvements in the capabilities of urban and rural communities to serve the people by meeting their demands and solving their conflicts.

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