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Thursday, March 21, 2002, updated at 09:35(GMT+8)

NPC & CPPCC Sessions (2002)
Li Peng Meets NPC Deputies From HK And Macao
Countries Follow 'Two Sessions' with Different Emphases

China's "two sessions" (the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress [NPC] and the Fifth Session of the Ninth National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference [CPPCC]) were held between March 3 and March 15 in Beijing, to which the western media has paid great attention with different emphases.

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Countries Follow 'Two Sessions' with Different Emphases
China's "two sessions" (the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress [NPC] and the Fifth Session of the Ninth National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference [CPPCC]) were held between March 3 and March 15 in Beijing, to which the western media has paid great attention with different emphases.
 


Reports Delivered at 5th Session of 9th NPC
Following are the full text of the Report on the Work of the Government Premier Zhu Rongji delivered at the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress on March 5; the full text of a report on the national economic and social development plan delivered at the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress on March 6 and the full text of the budget report delivered by Finance Minister Xiang Huaicheng at the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress on March 6.
 


Full Text of Finance Minister's Budget Report (II)
Following is the second part of the full text of the udget report delivered by Finance Minister Xiang Huaicheng at the Ffth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress on March 6, 2002:
 


Full Text of Finance Minister's Budget Report (I)
Following is the first part of the full text of the udget report delivered by Finance Minister Xiang Huaicheng at the Ffth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress on March 6, 2002:
 


Full Text of Report on Development Plan by Zeng Peiyan (3)
Following is the third part of the full text of a report on the national economic and social development plan delivered at the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress on March 6, 2002:
 


Full Text of Report on Development Plan by Zeng Peiyan (2)
Following is the second part of the full text of a report on the national economic and social development plan delivered at the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress on March 6, 2002:
 


Full Text of Report on Development Plan by Zeng Peiyan (1)
Following is the full text of a report on the national economic and social development plan delivered at the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress on March 6, 2002:
 


HK Newspapers Devoted Front-page to Premier's Vision for SAR
Hong Kong newspapers devoted the front-page Saturday to Premier Zhu Rongji's upbeat vision for Hong Kong, saying that it gives a timely boost of confidence to Hong Kong.
 


Roundup: Premier Zhu Rongji Meets Press
Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji said Friday that the current government has fulfilled all its promises and he is satisfied with the government's performance over the past four years.
 


Major Points of Premier Zhu's Press Conference
Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji held a press conference sponsored by the just-concluded Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress, Friday morning at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. The Premier answered questions on domestic and international issues.
 


Premier Zhu's Report Revised on Advice from NPC Deputies
A number of revisions had been made to Premier Zhu Rongji's government work report before it was adopted at the closing of the Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress (NPC) Friday.
 


NPC Annual Session Closes, Approves Important Documents
The Fifth Session of the Ninth NPC held its closing ceremony Friday morning, and adopted resolutions endorsing the government work report, 2002 budget plan, and 2002 social, economic development plan, and work reports of the NPC Standing Committee, Supreme People's Court and Supreme People's Procuratorate.
 


China's Top Lawmaker Stresses Regional Autonomy in Xinjiang
China's top lawmaker Li Peng Thursday reiterated the need to carry out the Law on Regional Autonomy of Ethnic Minorities to the letter in a bid to maintain national unity and promote social and economic development in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China.
 


Premier Zhu to Meet Press Friday
Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji will meet the press at the end of the annual session of the National People's Congress Friday.
 


Military Calls for Laws on Terrorism, Wartime Maritime Capture
Proposals laws against nuclear, biological and chemical terrorism and on wartime maritime capture have gained ground among lawmakers from the military to China's top legislature, the National People's Congress (NPC).
 


"Loving China, Abiding by Laws are Religion's Tradition" -- Bishop
Loving the country and abiding by laws are religion's tradition, according to Bishop Fu Tieshan, also a deputy to the National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislative body.
 


Editorial: Making Concerted Efforts to Recreate Glory
The following is the full text of People's Daily editorial congratulating the successful conclusion of the Fifth Session of the Ninth National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC).
 


Grassroots Democracy Taking Roots in Rural China
Grassroots democracy is not a show nor going through the motions to farmers when it was first introduced to China's vast rural areas. It is something the central authorities really mean to spread across the country.
 


2.22 Million People Relocated from Flood-Prone Areas along Yangtze
China has relocated 2.22 million residents from flood-prone areas in the Yangtze River valley during the past decade at a cost of 38.8 billion yuan. China decided to invest 10.1 billion yuan in projects shortly after the 1998 flooding building towns for over 2.45 million residents in the provinces of Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi and Anhui along the middle and lower reaches of the river.
 


"Mainland, Taiwan Can Cooperate in Agriculture after Joining WTO"
The mainland and Taiwan can cooperate in the farming sector after joining the World Trade Organization, according to a member of China's top advisory body.
 






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