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TV program reviewing governmental work of Pingtan to air

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2021-02-08


A TV program reviewing the governmental work of Pingtan Comprehensive Experimental Zone in 2020 is recorded on Feb 5. [Photo/WeChat account: pingtanfabu]

A TV program reviewing the governmental work of Pingtan Comprehensive Experimental Zone in 2020 was recorded on Feb 5, according to a local media report.

The program was attended by several local officials of the Pingtan zone in East China's Fujian province, in which they answered questions posed by media representatives on issues concerning people's living standards.

Chen Shanguang, a senior Party official in Pingtan, said that the zone will continue to transform government functions and improve its business environment. Efforts will be made to constantly enhance people's sense of fulfillment, happiness, and security.

Shi Wei, a media representative, said that the TV program will play the role of a bridge linking the government and the public.

In recent years, the zone has reformed its services by streamlining administrative procedures and improving efficiency through online platforms.

According to a local news report, the zone has established a "single-window" system capable of managing more than 290 processes concerning properties, housing provident funds, as well as medical and social insurance to help save time for the public.

According to the zone, it has set up three administrative service sub-centers and several offices to complement services in township areas.

It has also established a 24-hour service space in an effort to achieve a 15-minute administrative service target.

The program is set to be broadcast on TV and online at a later date, working as a platform to supervise government affairs. 

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