BEIJING, Jan. 25 (Xinhuanet) -- The first meeting of China's leading group for overall reform held in Beijing on Wednesday showed Chinese leadership’s determination to implement overall reform and fight corruption, according to the view generally held by foreign media.
Reforms in China are unfolding slowly but steady towards balanced development as China will remain in the role of world’s economic engine in 2014, they said.
They noticed the meeting was chaired by the leader of the group Xi Jinping, who is CPC general secretary and Chinese president.
Its sub-groups in different fields will be led by members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and also deputy group leaders, they further noticed.
The meeting approved the working rules of sub-groups for reforms in areas, including the economy and ecological civilization, democracy and law, cultural system, social system, system of Party building, and discipline inspection system.
Among them, the foreign media added, the group of discipline inspection system was highlighted, and five deputy secretaries of the Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Central Committee of the CPC were assigned to all levels of sub-groups.
The direct participation of senior leaders indicates the top priority of the group’s job and the determination of the Chinese leadership in anti-corruption.
"The success or failure of the reform decides the future of China," they said, "The meeting on Wednesday marked the group starts to run formally, and reforms of China start to take a new step."