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Public interests Party's top priority

By An Baijie (China Daily)

08:14, June 26, 2013

President Xi Jinping delivers a speech during a four-day meeting attended by members of the Political Bureau in Beijing. (Photo/Xinhua)

President Xi Jinping has asked senior Party leaders to play a leading role in improving governance, reaching out to the people and exercising frugality.

Xi, the top Party leader, made the remarks during a four-day meeting attended by members of the Political Bureau, the Party's top organ, which ended on Tuesday.

The members should make issues concerning public interests their top priority, strictly prevent their relatives and subordinates from seeking privileges and set a good example for all Party members, Xi said.

Political Bureau members should also get closer to the people and address issues that most concern them, Xi said.

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