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President Xi empowers advisors for Chinese Modernization


Beijing, 6 March 2024, (TDI): On March 6, in Beijing, China’s President, Xi Jinping, empowered political advisors for Chinese modernization and emphasized their pivotal role in propelling Chinese development forward.

Amidst the second session of the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), Xi underscored the necessity of fostering broad consensus among advisors.

In addition to this, Xi served as the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China’s (CPC) Central Committee. He urged advisors from diverse backgrounds to offer suggestions in alignment with the CPC’s strategic objectives.

The national political advisors from the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang, the science and technology sector, and the environment and resources sector also paid a visit to Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Moreover, the assembly was comprised of different sectors. These come from an array of political parties, ethnic groups, and sectors such as science, technology, and the environment.

Additionally, the meeting accentuated the significance of advisors conducting research and presenting constructive proposals.

Xi said that the contributions should harmonize with the directives outlined in the 20th CPC National Congress and the Central Economic Work Conference.

Xi’s active participation underscored the CPC’s steadfast commitment to embracing a spectrum of perspectives in the decision-making process.

Moreover, President Xi emphasized the importance of bolstering fundamental research and applied basic research among political advisors and individuals within the science and technology community.

Additionally, Xi called upon political advisors specializing in environmental and resource sectors to play a pivotal role in advancing ecological preservation and facilitating sustainable development through robust protection measures.

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The collective session served as a notable stride toward fostering collaboration and consensus-building among political advisors.

Wang Huning, chairman of the CPPCC National Committee, and Cai Qi, director of the General Office of the CPCCC, also joined the discussion. Wang and Cai are both members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee

President Xi reaffirms the CPC’s unwavering dedication to soliciting input from a diverse array of stakeholders to advance national development.

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