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Government report solicits opinions
( 2004-01-19 11:22) (China Daily)

A heatedly-discussed preliminary government work report will be distributed to central and provincial government departments for feedback.

The third plenary meeting of the State Council, presided over by Premier Wen Jiabao, was held in Beijing yesterday to discuss the report.

Representatives decided to distribute the government's work report to relevant departments and all provincial governments.

The draft government work report will be submitted to the second session of the 10th National People's Congress, which will be convened in early March.

In a speech, Wen said Chinese people won the fight against SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and made great achievements in the reform and opening-up drive during the past year, under the guidance of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the State Council.

But difficulties and problems still exist, Wen said, including some deep-rooted contradictions and problems accumulated over the years, remain unsolved.

"We have a better understanding of the law of building modernization. Governments at all levels should build up the scientific concept of comprehensive, co-ordinated and sustainable development and take the improvement of people's life quality and health as their fundamental work," Wen said.

Wen said the year 2004 will be very significant for China's reform and development. The arduous tasks of deepening reform, seeking development and maintaining stability are still ahead.

Wen said in the run-up to the second session of the 10th NPC and the 10th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the State Council will continue to solicit opinions on the government work report by holding symposiums with people from non-Communist parties, business circles, science circles, education and cultural circles.

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