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China will be more transparency in selecting officials

06-30-2010 14:43 BJT

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This year marks the 89th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party. The International Communication Office of the CPC Central Committee has held a press conference, where spokespeople from 11 CPCCC departments made their debut and briefed journalists from China and abroad on several issues.

As an important department of the CPC Central Committee, the Organization Department briefed the media on four priorities it has identified in news publication work.

Deng Shengming, Spokesperson, CPCCC Organization Department, said, "First, to follow the trend of diversified forms of news and information, so as to increase the transparency of selecting party officials. Second, to actively respond to public demand, to increase credibility of personnel selections and utilization. Third, to respond to the concerns of the media, to increase the degree of information in terms of organization work. Finally, to actively respond to media supervision and increase our fight against unhealthy social practices in terms of personnel use."

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