China to conduct targeted inspections on policy implementation
BEIJING, Aug. 20 (Xinhua) -- China will conduct targeted inspections this year to make sure major policies are effectively implemented, Xiao Jie, state councilor and secretary-general of the State Council, said Monday at a mobilization meeting on the inspections.
It is of vital significance to conduct nationwide inspections on how local governments have implemented major policies from the State Council and the Communist Party of China Central Committee, said Xiao.
The targeted inspections will focus on winning the "three tough battles" of controlling risk, reducing poverty and tackling pollution, the implementation of the rural revitalization strategy, expanding domestic demand and promoting opening-up, advancing innovation-driven development and improving people's well-being, he said.
Xiao stressed that the inspections should promote the implementation of major policies and the completion of annual economic and social growth target.