Annual session of China's top political advisory body kicks off | News

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The opening day of the fifth session of the XIII National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) took place this Friday in the Chinese capital, Beijing, and was attended by President Xi Jinping and other authorities.


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The meeting of the highest political advisory body of the Asian nation is held at the Great Hall of the People and is scheduled to conclude on March 11.

According to his spokesman, Zhang Yesui, there are ten issues on his agenda, including the implementation of the 2021 economic and social development plan and the presentation of the draft corresponding to the current year.

Journalistic reports indicate that this issue will attract special attention, due to the complex challenges that the country faces due to internal and external situations such as the trade war of the United States Government, Covid-19, the current Russia-Ukraine conflict, and others.

In this sense, the consultants are expected to review policies that guarantee stability in fields such as defense, employment, industrial supply chain, public health and food security.

In addition, they will examine the work of the Government and the draft amendment to the Organic Law of Local Popular Assemblies and Local Popular Governments.

Yesui specified that the draft decision on the number of deputies to the XIV National People's Assembly and their election will also be discussed, as well as two draft methods for electing the deputies who will represent the special administrative regions (RAE) in that legislative body. ) from Hong Kong and Macau.

According to international media, the Conference is attended by more than 2,000 government officials, businessmen, soldiers, members of different parties, professionals, workers, peasants, representatives of ethnic minorities, religious groups and the SARs of Hong Kong and Macao, who carry out consultations and offer recommendations for handling state affairs.

During this day it transpired that this Saturday the National Popular Assembly will open its sessions, also in the Great Hall of the People.

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