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Jiaxing to Strengthen Routine “Economic Physical Examinations”

Release date:2022-07-13 15:15

Yesterday afternoon, the Audit Committee of the CPC Jiaxing Municipal Committee convened its seventh meeting to study General Secretary Xi Jinping’s important instructions on audit work, implement the guiding principles of the seventh meeting of the Audit Committee of the CPC Zhejiang Provincial Committee, review relevant documents and discuss the deployment of the next phase. Zhang Bing, secretary of the CPC Jiaxing Municipal Committee and director of the Audit Committee of the CPC Jiaxing Municipal Committee, presided over the meeting and delivered a speech. Shuai Xielang, deputy secretary of the CPC Jiaxing Municipal Committee and secretary of the Political and Judiciary Commission of the CPC Jiaxing Municipal Committee, was present at the meeting as well.

Zhang Bing fully acknowledged the results obtained in Jiaxing’s audit work last year. According to him, the Ninth Congress the CPC of Jiaxing has specified the targets of taking the lead in building Jiaxing into a moderately prosperous city in all aspects and basically realizing modernization, put forward the goals of speeding up the construction of a model city of common prosperity and a pioneer city of socialist modernization. All audit departments should be brave, innovative and pioneering to strengthen the “immune system” and conduct routine “economic physical examinations” to promote the construction of the moderately prosperous city and the realization of modernization.

We should take a clear-cut stand on politics, adhere to and strengthen the Party’s overall leadership of audit work; we should base our political awareness on the loyalty to the core of the Party, on the further reform and on the request for instructions, thus highlighting the faithfulness and responsibility of audit institutions near the Red Boat. We will actively implement the newly revised Audit Law, the new requirements on “economic physical examinations” and the new regulations on internal audit and fulfill the requirements of digital reform to improve the effectiveness of audit governance; to ensure high-quality development, we need to focus on the main responsibilities and obligations of audit-based oversight to improve the quality and efficiency of fiscal management, prevent risks in key areas, and regulate the power of leading officials; priorities should be given to implementing the policy of common prosperity, education, employment, elderly care, increasing rural incomes, and promoting high-quality public services; we should complete the whole audit process after finding out problems and put good use of the seven-question list; we should consolidate the responsibility for rectification, pay attention to information sharing and constantly improve the ability to find and solve problems.