Zhejiang NPC deputies conduct special survey in Ningbo

chinadaily.com.cn Updated: 2021-12-31

A group of deputies to the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) from Zhejiang province conducted a special survey in the province's Ningbo city in late November.

It attracted the participation of 13 NPC deputies, including Qiu Dongyao, mayor of Ningbo, Yu Hongyi, chairperson of the standing committee of the Ningbo city people's congress, Xu Yuning, chairperson of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Ningbo committee, and Wen Nuan, deputy Party secretary of the Zhejiang Provincial Discipline Inspection Commission. 

The survey was themed upon the central government's decision to support Zhejiang in building itself into a demonstration zone for achieving common prosperity. 


Deputies to the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) from Zhejiang province conduct a special survey in the province's Ningbo city. [Photo/npc.gov.cn]

It discussed and summarized Ningbo's experiences and practices in promoting regional coordinated development and ecological protection, in a bid to provide suggestions for Zhejiang to realize the high-quality construction of its common prosperity demonstration zone, as well as to become an important window to comprehensively demonstrate the superiority of socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era.

The group visited some former sites of anti-Japanese aggression revolutionary bases, villages and towns to better understand the development of old revolutionary base areas, as well as the construction of new countryside, the protection of ancient villages, and historical and cultural heritages.

At a meeting with Ningbo government officials, the group fully affirmed their work on promoting balanced social and economic development, and strengthening ecological and environmental protection.

They also put forward some suggestions on topics such as giving full play to local natural resources and promoting the integrated allocation of urban and rural infrastructure and public services.

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