Top per­son­nel chief CHINA DAILY USA vows qual­ity tal­ent

China Daily (Canada) - - TOP NEWS - By CAO YIN and CUI JIA

The new head of the Or­ga­ni­za­tion Depart­ment of the Cen­tral Com­mit­tee of the Com­mu­nist Party of China said the depart­ment would make more ef­forts to cul­ti­vate high-qual­ity Party of­fi­cials and ef­fec­tively im­ple­ment poli­cies made by the cen­tral lead­er­ship.

Chen Xi made the re­marks dur­ing the depart­ment’s meet­ing on study­ing the re­port of the 19th CPC National Con­gress, Xinhua News Agency re­ported on Wed­nes­day.

“We will make more ef­forts to cul­ti­vate of­fi­cials with high-qual­ity and pro­fes­sional knowl­edge. We will adopt more ac­tive, open and ef­fec­tive tal­ent poli­cies,” he said, adding that the aim is to meet new re­quire­ments men­tioned in the con­gress re­port.

Chen, 64, from Pu­tian, Fu­jian prov­ince, is a new mem­ber of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee Po­lit­i­cal Bureau and a mem­ber of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee Sec­re­tariat. He was pre­vi­ously the deputy head in charge of rou­tine work of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee Or­ga­ni­za­tion Depart­ment.

Zhao Kezhi, the new Party chief of the Min­istry of Pub­lic Se­cu­rity, said on Tues­day that no one has special priv­i­leges in China’s po­lice forces and peo­ple should just ig­nore those who ask for fa­vors cit­ing their con­nec­tions with him.

Zhao, 63, for­mer Party chief of He­bei prov­ince, made the re­marks at a meet­ing of the min­istry’s Party of­fi­cials, Xinhua News Agency re­ported on Wed­nes­day.

Wa n g Dongfeng, for­mer mayor and deputy Party chief of Tian­jin, re­placed Zhao as the Party chief of He­bei on Satur­day, the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee an­nounced.

The meet­ing on Tues­day was Zhao’s first pub­lic ap­pear­ance since tak­ing on the new role. Guo Shengkun, Zhao’s pre­de­ces­sor, be­came the new head of the Po­lit­i­cal and Le­gal Af­fairs Com­mit­tee un­der the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee after he was elected to the Po­lit­i­cal Bureau of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee on Oct 25.

Zhao said on Tues­day that he felt the heavy re­spon­si­bil­ity, and warned of­fi­cials that he won’t al­low any­one to abuse their power to fa­vor their fam­i­lies and rel­a­tives. Those who ask for ad­van­tages be­cause of their con­nec­tions with him would be ig­nored and snubbed.

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