China’s top political advisory body, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, has concluded its 2014 session. More than two-thousand members gathered at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing for the closing. The members have passed the work report of the Standing Committee in 2013, the report on proposals reviewed during the session and a political resolution of the 2014 session.
This year, CPPCC members submitted nearly 6-thousand proposals on social conditions and public concerns, and offered many comments and suggestions.
The political resolution states that great achievements have been made in pushing forward reform and opening up. It says the CPPCC will center on unity and democracy and carefully fulfill its duties of political consultation, democratic supervision and participation in the discussion and management of state affairs. Yu Zhengsheng, the chairman of the CPPCC National Committee, encouraged political advisers to play a positive role in the economy, politics and social affairs.