Li Keqiang: This year the State Council and its departments will take the lead in substantially streamlining the meeting.

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 Li Keqiang: This year the State Council and its departments will take the lead in substantially streamlining the meeting.


The Second Session of the Thirteenth National Peoples Congress opened at 9 a.m. on 5 May in the Great Hall of the People to hear Premier Li Keqiangs report on the work of the government, to examine the State Councils report on the implementation of the national economic and social development plan in 2018 and the draft national economic and social development plan in 2019, and to examine the State Councils report on the implementation of the central and local budgets in 2018 and the Report on the draft local budget.

The following is a transcript:

Li Keqiang:

We will further promote the building of a clean and honest Party conduct. We should carry out the theme education of never forget the first intention and remember the mission in a down-to-earth manner. We will conscientiously implement the Eight Provisions of the Central Committee and the spirit of its implementing rules, and persevere in rectifying the Four Winds. Strengthen the construction of a clean government and promote the integration of daring not corrupt, not corrupt and not wanting to corrupt. Strengthen audit supervision. Government staff should consciously accept legal supervision, supervision and supervision and peoples supervision. Achievement is ultimately measured by results. Governments at all levels should resolutely oppose and rectify all formalism and bureaucracy, so that cadres can be freed from Wenshan Huihai, welcome reviews and inspections, and report forms of materials, and devote their energies to solving practical problems. To reduce and standardize inspection and inspection matters, and implement Internet + supervision. To reduce the number of meetings and papers, the State Council and its departments should take the lead in substantially streamlining meetings and resolutely reduce documents by more than one third this year.