Beijing Daily Express The third session of the 13th session of the Beijing Municipal Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) officially opened, and Jilin, chairman of the CPPCC, gave a report on the work of the Standing Committee of the 13th Beijing Municipal Committee of the CPPCC. As for the work of the CPPCC this year, the report noted that special democratic supervision will be carried out over the implementation of regulations on the management of domestic waste.
On the afternoon of January 10, the Third Session of the Beijing 13th Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference opened at the Beijing Convention Center. Photography \/ Beijing News Reporter Wang Fei
Jilin said in its report that special consultations had been held on the development of the 14th Five-Year Plan for the National Economic and Social Development of Beijing, on strengthening the opening up of the service sector, optimizing the business environment, enhancing the scientific and technological innovation capability of financial services, strengthening the renovation of old residential areas and strengthening property management.
At the same time, to strengthen the construction of ecological conservation areas, improve the mechanism of urban physical examination and evaluation, speed up the construction of urban sub-centers, and raise the level of implementation of the overall urban planning in Beijing, a consultation meeting will be held with the United Front Work Department of the Municipal Party Committee for deliberation and deliberation. Legislative consultation is carried out around the formulation of property management regulations and special democratic supervision is carried out around the implementation of domestic waste management regulations.
Jilin said this year the CPPCC will also hold consultations on issues of great concern to the masses, such as accelerating the development of the pension industry, and conduct consultations on proposals to conduct in-depth exchanges and respond to concerns.