MACAO, April 22 (Xinhua) -- Macao said Friday it will unveil the draft of its first five-year plan (2016-2020) next Tuesday.
Chui Sai On, chief executive of the Macao Special Administrative region said that the draft of over 37,000 characters will be issued to the public for their suggestions and opinions while answering questions from Macao's legislative assembly.
The draft is made on the basis of the preliminary five-year plan unveiled in November 2015, which aims to turn Macao into a world tourism and leisure hub in the mid 2030's.
The preliminary plan sets out seven major targets, including maintaining stable economic growth, improving the structure of industries, improving its role as an international tourist city, raising the life quality of the residents and the quality of education, protecting environment, and strengthening the efficiency of the government and deepening the building of the legal system.
The preliminary plan also prioritizes infrastructure projects for 2016-2020 period, such as the construction of the light railway network, a fourth bridge between Macao and Taipa, expanding the waste incinerator, and building an electronic surveillance system.