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Institutional reform plan will improve governance

China Daily | Updated: 2018-03-14 07:40

The Institutional Reform Plan of the State Council, China's Cabinet, was submitted to the ongoing first plenary session of the National People's Congress for deliberation on Tuesday, initiating the process for the restructuring of government so that it better meets the nation's needs for progress and development.

The proposed revamp will modernize China's system and capacity for governance, and better leverage the ruling Party's proven leadership, guidance and coordination capabilities by strengthening its ability to clarify the big picture of the country's overarching objectives, draw up the plans for how to accomplish them and design and implement policy to successfully attain them.

In the past nearly four decades since 1982, the State Council institutions have been reorganized seven times to better adapt them to changes that have been brought about by the country's economic development and social progress. But none has been as far-reaching as the proposed changes this time.

Institutional reform plan will improve governance

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