Law makers from military active in submitting motions, proposals

China Military

PLA deputies walk out of the Great Hall of the People after the 5th session of the 12th National People's Congress concludes in Beijing on March 15, 2017. (PLA Daily/Li Sanhong)

BEIJING, March 15 (ChinaMil) -- At the annual session of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature, deputies from the PLA submitted three motions and one hundred and four proposals.

The motions and proposals submitted by the PLA delegation covered a wide range of areas, including the cultivation of high-tech talents, in-depth development of military-civilian integration, protection of soldiers' rights and interests, military big data construction and national defense and military development.

Thirty-seven PLA deputies including Vice Admiral Wang Huayong, political commissar of the Navy under the Eastern Theater Command, submitted a motion about legislating the security for military families aimed to better protect the rights and interests of soldiers and their families.

Major General Cui Yuling, chief engineer of a unit under the Eastern Theater Command, and other thirty deputies added their names to a motion about further amending and perfecting the Law of the People's Republic of China on the Protection of Military Installations.

Senior Colonel Wang Bo, political commissar of a brigade of the PLA Army, together with other fifteen deputies, signed a proposal on taking the opportunity of the in-depth development of military-civilian integration to promote innovative advancement of joint operational training.


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