2010-Mar-3
Meng Xuenong refused an interview, said a low-key appearance laugh concern people's livelihood in readjusting the structure of benefits

Meng Xuenong refused an interview, said a low-key appearance laugh concern people's livelihood in readjusting the structure of benefits

WASHINGTON Yesterday morning, the Beijing mission NPC one after another report. This year's Beijing regiment transferred to the two "new man", were directly under the authority of the Central Working Committee and deputy secretary of Beijing Meng Xuenong and the Armed Police Corps captain, party secretary Wei Che-ho. Yesterday, these two "new" are to report personally to the meeting to collect materials, and quickly left, very low-key.


Mission Secretary of the Beijing team of staff Tian Hongjun introduced during the Second Session of the Eleventh National People's Congress, Beijing People's Congress has 59 missions. This year, due to changes in the workplace, in accordance with the principle of territoriality, by the National People's Congress approved, then transferred to two representatives, respectively, and Wei Che-ho Meng Xuenong. So far, Beijing's People's Congress group of 61 people.


Tian Hongjun said that this transferred transferred out of the more common changes. For example, Meng Xuenong was the Tenth National People's Congress Beijing delegates, in the second term the Eleventh National People's Congress after two years, because of work reasons, he has been involved in Shanxi Club activities. This time, Meng Xuenong was appointed deputy secretary of the Central Working Committee directly under the authority of its work units in Beijing, and this year transferred to Beijing Meng Xuenong group, full participation in the Beijing delegation. In addition, the current Beijing Armed Police Corps Captain Wei Che-ho was redeployed from the Hubei group. 

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