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Local lawmakers mull new rules for urban management

According to the yearly lawmaking plan of the Standing Committee of the Shanghai Municipal People's Congress, a draft resolution on "standardizing administrative punishment in urban management" will be submitted for approval of the 13th session of the Standing Committee at its 30th meeting.

To be prepared for the draft review, some members of the Standing Committee of the SMPC listened to an explanation about the draft by Ma Yun'an, director of the Municipal Urban Management Bureau on November 8.

Hu Yanzhao, Yang Dinghua and Wu Hanmin, vice chairpersons of the Standing Committee of the SMPC, and Yao Mingbao, the committee's secretary general, attended the meeting.

Ma said the draft regulations tried to achieve three objectives: first, to standardize the law enforcement and personnel management of the city's urban management department; second, to establish correct concept and attitude and improve law enforcement ways among law enforcement officers and combine punishment with education; third, to raise the efficiency of law enforcement through improved regulations and public supervision.


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