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Premier chairs seminar of non-Communist parties

Updated: Feb 4,2015 4:41 PM     english.gov.cn

Premier Li Keqiang recently speaks at a seminar of non-Communist parties in Beijing. [Photo by Wu Zhiyi/China Daily]

Premier Li Keqiang chaired a seminar of non-Communist parties in Beijing recently. Representatives of democratic parties, the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce and other personages without party affiliation, attended the seminar — which aimed to seek opinions about the State Council’s annual Government Work Report.

The report is to be delivered to the plenary session of the National People’s Congress, the country’s top legislature, in early March.

Premier Li Keqiang called for non-Communist parties to cooperate with the government and deal with the difficulties in developing economy.

The suggestion-seeking process with non-Communist parties, as a reflection of the country’s multi-party cooperation and political consultation system, is an important procedure for the State Council.

The Premier assured the representatives that the government will be dedicated to keeping stable economic growth with good quality.

Li thanked the non-Communist parties for their advice and support for the government.

Wan Gang, chairman of the Central Committee of the China Zhi Gong Party, suggested to attract more talents and improve policies concerning the emerging industries.

Wang Qinmin, president of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, called for more importance to be attached on the talent of entrepreneurs, to promote the healthy growth in non-public sector of economy.

Premier Li Keqiang recently speaks at a seminar of non-Communist parties in Beijing. [Photo by Wu Zhiyi/China Daily]

Premier Li Keqiang recently speaks at a seminar of non-Communist parties in Beijing. [Photo/Xinhua]

Premier Li Keqiang recently speaks at a seminar of non-Communist parties in Beijing. [Photo/Xinhua]

Premier Li Keqiang recently speaks at a seminar of non-Communist parties in Beijing. [Photo/Xinhua]

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