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Premier seeks to fine-tune work of Cabinet members during meeting
Central News Agency
2014-03-09 01:36 PM
Taipei, March 9 (CNA) Premier Jiang Yi-huah urged Cabinet members to improve their ability to formulate policy, press ahead with the government agenda and seek public support for their policies. During an informal meeting at the Executive Yuan on Sunday, the premier also offered his Cabinet members advice containing 25-points about performing their jobs, according to Cabinet Spokesman Sun Lih-chyun. Notable among these points were being sensitive to public opinion, developing esprit de corps within the Cabinet, and keeping a finger on the pulse of the rank and file public. At the opening of the meeting, Jiang extended his welcome to the six new Cabinet members appointed in the Feb. 26 shake-up, explained the policy of his administration and reiterated to all Cabinet members his requests for how to carry out their duties, said Sun. In addition to sharing with them his personal experience in implementing Cabinet policies, Jiang also sought the advice of Cabinet members on speeding the implementation of the policy in hopes of allowing the public to benefit from the Cabinet's efforts before the year-end elections, said Sun. (By Hsieh Chia-chen and Maubo Chang)
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