Top leaders of China’s eight non-Communist political parties and the ACFIC and representative of non-partisan personages made proposals on the government’s work this year at a symposium chaired by Premier Li Keqiang in Zhongnanhai on February 4.
They agreed that the CPC Central Committee and the State Council have proactively led the country in confronting the difficulties and challenges both at home and abroad last year, persisting with steady progress, reform and innovation; the country has achieved steady and healthy growth in the new normal economic and social conditions with major indices and targets meeting reasonable ranges.
Chairman of the Revolutionary Committee of the Kuomintang Wan Exiang called for bearing the rule of law on mind and further improving the efficiency of streamlining administrative procedures and delegating administrative powers.
Chairman of the Democratic League Zhang Baowen called for promoting sustainable development of agriculture and improving the old-age service system.
Chairman of the Democratic National Construction Association Chen Changzhi talked about his views on improving a multi-layered capital market system and serving development of the real economy.
Chairwoman of the China Association for Promoting Democracy Yan Junqi said that institutional and systemic barriers against trans-regional cooperation must be broken for implementation of the “Belt-and-Road” initiative, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei integration and the Yangtze River Economic Belt development strategies.
Chairman of the Chinese Peasants and Workers Democratic Party Chen Zhu made proposals regarding advancing medical and health development, increasing public products and service supply and improving people’s livelihood.
Chairman of the Zhigong Party Wan Gang stressed the importance of attracting overseas talents to China in reform and opening-up and improving favorable policies and measures for business start-up and innovation among common people.
Chairman of the Jiusan Society Han Qide urged full implementation of the major policies and measures in science and technology institutional and systemic reform, and improvement of fiscal allocation efficiency.
Chairwoman of the Taiwan Democratic Self-Government League Lin Wenyi called for advancing innovation of theories, technology and management to brace for new technological revolution.
ACFIC Chairman Wang Qinmin stressed the importance of tapping abilities of entrepreneurs to promote the healthy growth of the non-public economy.
Premier Li will deliver the finalized work report to the annual National People’s Congress in March.