Expert: China to Promote Development of Gov't and Eco Protection
   2013-11-20 11:18:20    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Fei

Administrative reform lies at the core of political reform, according to Professor Song Shiming from the National Academy of Governance in Beijing, who spoke with reporters on November 12 after the Third Plenary Session about China's firm stand on implementing comprehensive reforms.

Song added that the improvement of the management system for ecological protection is a matter that requires immediate attention.

Reforms of administrative mechanisms should emphasize the modernization of both governance systems and approaches to governing, said Song.

He put forward that the transformation of governmental functions should top the agenda, in order to better fulfill their roles of maintaining justice and equality in society and to create opportunities for development and deliver better public services.

As such, key tasks that lie ahead for the government include statutorily establishing boundaries for power, rules of conduct, procedures and obligations, as the session advocates the authority of the law and the independence of each legal sector.

Song noted that the role of the Chinese government is gradually transitioning from public administration towards public management.

In terms of the ecological environment, Song said that the related management system should be improved in a timely manner, in accordance with the meeting's decision to establish comprehensive ecological protection systems.

He emphasized that ecological protection would involve efforts from the political, public and scientific sectors, while the coordination and integration of governmental measures with the legislation coordination is critical for enabling effective reforms of the management system.

The Third Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee concluded on November 12, 2013. The session released a communique on comprehensively deepening reforms, which is widely believed to mark a new round of reforms in China.

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