Voices of Fujian deputies at the two sessions
The closing meeting of the third session of the 13th National People's Congress is held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, May 28. [Photo/Xinhua]
At the eight-day "two sessions," Fujian deputies submitted many suggestions and proposals, including the following:
Lin Xinglu, a deputy to the National People's Congress (NCP) from Sanming:
A complete mechanism integrating medicine and disease prevention should be set up as soon as possible in order to provide the public with better public services.
Su Qiong, an NPC deputy from Quanzhou:
Boosting employment is a vital task, and the government should increase business subsidies to create more jobs.
Wu Zhiming, Cao Hui and other members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC):
Schools should lessen the academic burdens on primary and high school students and bolster their physical fitness in response to more Chinese teenagers becoming myopic and obese.
Kang Tao, an NPC deputy and Party secretary of Quanzhou:
Since local companies are facing a drop in orders both domestically and abroad due to the pandemic, government officials are encouraging them to use livestream broadcasts to help sell products.
Quanzhou has explored a string of innovative measures to help companies resume operations and restore their supply chains, including encouraging them to use livestream broadcasts to sell products.
You Mengjun, an NPC deputy and mayor of Fuzhou:
We have carried out a series of measures to promote economic recovery, including unleashing the vitality of market entities, stabilizing industry and supply chains, promoting industrial transformation and upgrading, and keeping employment stable.
Chen Shihai, a member of the CPPCC and president of the Fujian Provincial Overseas Chinese Federation:
It is his duty to provide assistance to overseas Chinese and help them in the fight against COVID-19.