Po­lit­i­cal Ecol­ogy

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Source: “Just like nat­u­ral ecol­ogy, po­lit­i­cal ecol­ogy can be eas­ily pol­luted and, if dam­aged, will be very ex­pen­sive to re­ha­bil­i­tate.”

In­ter­pre­ta­tion: Chongqing is one of four mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties di­rectly un­der the cen­tral gov­ern­ment and the largest eco­nomic cen­ter and trans­port hub in south­west­ern China. It oc­cu­pies a unique po­si­tion of strate­gic im­por­tance in the coun­try’s co­or­di­nated re­gional de­vel­op­ment and open­ing-up land­scape. On March 10, while join­ing a panel dis­cus­sion with NPC deputies from Chongqing, Pres­i­dent Xi Jin­ping stressed that a clean and up­right po­lit­i­cal ecol­ogy is an es­sen­tial re­quire­ment for safe­guard­ing the au­thor­ity and cen­tral­ized and uni­fied lead­er­ship of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee, an ur­gent need for en­sur­ing full and strict gov­er­nance over the Party and a vi­tal guar­an­tee for ful­fill­ing re­form and de­vel­op­ment tar­gets.

The dis­trict of Ful­ing in Chongqing at the con­ver­gence of the Yangtze and Wu­jiang rivers. Chongqing is the largest eco­nomic cen­ter and trans­port hub in south­west­ern China and oc­cu­pies a unique po­si­tion of strate­gic im­por­tance in the coun­try’s...

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