Latest News:  
Beijing   Sunny    20 / 9   City Forecast

People's Daily Online>>China Society

Most Chinese expects official reception standards

By Xiang Nan (China Youth Daily)

16:06, March 28, 2012

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

Recently, the Social Survey Center under the China Youth Daily carried out a survey on 10,844 interviewees living in 31 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of China. The survey shows that 63.8 percent of people are paying attention to China's reform of the official reception.

Of the interviewees, 25.8 percent were born between 1970 and 1979 and 52.3 percent were born between 1980 and 1989; and 16.3 percent of them are public servants and governmental officials.

In the survey, 85.5 percent of interviewees said frankly that problems of China's official reception are still very serious and 87.4 percent of them said that China should issue standards for the official reception as soon as possible.

Regarding the characters of the standards, interviewees' first choice is the "transparency" (66.3 percent), "enforcement" (62.9 percent" ranks second, the "feasibility" (62.7 percent) ranks third, and the "national uniformity" (51.0 percent) ranks last.

Who should participate in making the standards for the official reception? In the survey, the option of "public" (77.0 percent) ranks the first and the option of "NPC deputies and members of CPPCC" (48.0 percent) ranks second. Other options include: "media" (35.4 percent), "experts and scholars" (32.2 percent) and "governmental officials" (24.3 percent).

What should be done as priorities in reforming the official reception? Interviewees' first choice is "making public the detailed bill of the public reception" (64.6 percent), the option ranking second is "compulsively investigating and punishing the governmental departments and officials with serious problems in the official reception" (61.3 percent) and the option ranking third is "setting special channels to get the official reception supervised by the public" (59.7 percent).

Other options include: "Making laws for corruptions and prodigal practices in the official reception" (56.8 percent), "strengthening the government's supervision on the transparency of the official reception budget" (54.4 percent) and "adopting technical measures such as the official consumption card" (31.6 percent).

Read the Chinese version at http://zqb.cyol.com/html/2012-03/27/nw.D110000zgqnb_20120327_1-07.htm

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:叶欣)

Related Reading

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name

  

Selections for you


  1. Marine Surveillance ships patrol

  2. NASA creates amazing clouds at edge of space

  3. People proud of ancient city wall in Xi’an

  4. Twin polar bears settle in Wuhan

Most Popular

Opinions

  1. Benefits, not values, define BRICS unity
  2. China slams Japan's move over Diaoyu Islands
  3. More efforts needed for enhancing nuclear security
  4. Chinese solar companies to fight US tariffs
  5. South China Sea mapping underway
  6. Safer world, safer energy
  7. Keep talking, Hu urges
  8. US' human rights violations
  9. Leung wins Hong Kong election by wide margin
  10. China yet to be a sea power

What's happening in China

The beauty of chasing waterfalls

  1. Shanghai tourists face trial over Turkey 'relic'
  2. China's interest rate reform faces last difficulties
  3. China mulls animal feed regulation
  4. Family plea for man who gave ill mother pesticide
  5. Imported wine market grows rapidly in China

PD Online Data

  1. Spring Festival
  2. Chinese ethnic odyssey
  3. Yangge in Shaanxi
  4. Gaoqiao in Northern China
  5. The drum dance in Ansai