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Proposals work group begins work

03-01-2011 18:54 BJT Special Report:2011 NPC & CPPCC Sessions |

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Two days before the opening of the 4th session of China's 11th CPPCC, the Proposals' working group began its work Tuesday. It handles all the proposals that CPPCC members submit. Our reporter Zhang Ni takes us a look at their first day of work.

On the Proposals Work Group's first day, it's already getting busy.

"I think this should be put in Social Insurance category, or Senior Aid category. I'm not sure, let me check."

They are in charge of categorizing the proposals into different fields.

Member of Proposal Work Group, said, "We have received more than 300 proposals this morning, and we have already categorized half of them."

Altogether, 500 proposals overall are received on the first day. The areas they cover are numerous.

Liu Xiaobing, Vice-Head of CPPCC General Office, said, "Proposals about how to bring about the 12th national five-year plan make up the majority. CPPCC members from the 8 democratic parties have all handed in their proposals from their own different point of view."

"It is in these 6 offices that all proposals will be handled, as in every other year. But this year, they've got some new ways of working."

Since a computer system was created for last year's session, for the first time this year, the Proposals Work Group is working without paper. With the growing number of online proposal submissions, all paper proposals are also entered onto the computer.

Liu Xiaobing, Vice-Head of CPPCC General Office, said, "For the first time, we've set up a platform on people.com to collect netizens' opinions and show them to CPPCC members to better represent the people."

The 85-strong Proposals work group will decide how to manage the proposals and which national or local department should handle them. The proposals will be handed over at the end of March.

 

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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