China mulls tax, household registration, judicial reforms

Updated: 2014-06-07 15:54


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The central government must support local authorities as they address challenges that arise during pilot programs, Xi said.

He also ordered Party committees and local governments to take the lead on judicial reform, specify pilot programs, work in a timely manner and enhance institutional innovation so their successes can be replicated in other parts of China.

"The success of reform will be decided by whether our goal reached and the success of our blue print will be its implementation," said Xi.

The President also said that the sequence of events should be taken into account and the most basic measures should be prioritized.

Leading departments of specific reforms must ensure the measures are carried out, Xi said. "Every single issue should have specific personnel to manage, supervise, urge and implement."

Friday's meeting was attended by deputy group leaders Li Keqiang, Liu Yunshan and Zhang Gaoli, all of whom are members of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China Central Committee's Political Bureau.

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