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9 Important Proposals from the Democratic Parties' Central Committees & the All-China Federation of Industry & Commerce in 2004

During the Second Session of the 10th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) last year, the eight democratic parties' Central Committees and the All-China Federation of Industry & Commerce submitted 115 valuable proposals on significant social and economic development issues. In the year since, they have received responses from the government organizations concerned, and in many cases have seen action taken on their advice.


Here is a brief summary of nine of the most important:


No. 0190 Proposal


Creating An Excellent Development Environment for the Non-public Sector


Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang

No. 0694 Proposal


To Further Enforce and Improve the Resettlement of Residents from the Three Gorges Reservoir Area


Chinese Peasants and Workers Democratic Party


No. 0015 Proposal


Develop Circular (recycling) Economy to Rejuvenate the Old Industrial Bases of the Northeast


China Zhi Gong Dang

No. 0036 Proposal


Reduce Workplace Accidents, Maintain Social Stability


China Democratic League

No. 0045 Proposal


Grain Production, Supply Security Addressed


China Association for Promoting Democracy

No. 0017 Proposal


Restructure Tax System to Benefit Backward Regions


Jiusan Society

No. 3293 Proposal


New System to Curb Corruption


Taiwan Democratic Self-government League


No. 0180 Proposal


Proposal on Promoting Development of the Accounting Agency Sector


China Democratic National Construction Association

No. 2349 Proposal


Encourage Private Enterprises to Join SOE Reconstruction


All-China Federation of Industry & Commerce


(China.org.cn March 11, 2005)

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