Senior legislator calls for full implementation of Charity Law
BEIJING - A senior Chinese legislator has stressed the thorough implementation of the Charity Law to promote the healthy development of China's charity services.
Wang Chen, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and vice chairman of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, made the comments during an inspection tour on the law enforcement of the Charity Law in northeast China's Liaoning Province from Wednesday to Friday.
The inspection team from the NPC Standing Committee heard reports from local authorities, held symposiums with representatives from the governments, charitable organizations, experts and donors, and conducted on-site inspections and random spot checks.
Wang applauded Liaoning's efforts in fully enforcing the Charity Law and the progress and achievements gained.
He stressed building modern charitable organizations with good social reputation, strong professional ability, good managing structure and reasonable division of labor.
He underlined that the internet and other new technologies and platforms should be fully used to promote the sustained and healthy development of online charity activities.
Wang also called for greater promotion and publicity of the Charity Law among the public.
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