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Special Campaign Against Problems in Rural Subsistence Allowances Achieves Staged Progress
2018-12-03 11:26:46

Since May this year, the province has launched a special campaign against problems in rural subsistence allowances, focusing on corruption and operational problems of “relation allowances”, “wrong allowances” and “omitted allowances”. A few days ago, the Provincial Civil Affairs Department issued a phased report on the rectification of problems in rural subsistence allowances. According to the report, as of the end of October this year, 63,435 people had been added to the system of minimum living allowances in the province, and 91,305 people had been withdrawn from the system due to income increase, property beyond standards, health improvement, or death of the person concerned. A total of 719,000 people were now on the list of those who enjoy the minimum living allowances in the province.

At the beginning of August, the Provincial Civil Affairs Department and the Provincial Discipline Inspection Commission's Discipline Inspection Team sent five investigation teams to 11 cities with districts in the province to carry out a two-month centralized inspection. At the same time, solving the problems of rural subsistence allowances was included in the overall project of anti-corruption and improvement of work style in poverty alleviation in the province. The local civil affairs departments took the initiative to form joint teams with the supervision committees and the poverty alleviation offices to carry out carpet investigations, and announced their contact information for social supervision.

The results of supervision and investigation showed that the overall operation of the rural subsistence allowances system in the province was up to the standards, and only a few cases of illegal infringement were found, such as misappropriation for oneself or one’s relatives and friends. However, there are still bottleneck problems in the operation of subsistence allowances, such as difficulties in identifying properties, and insufficient grassroots workers, etc.

It is learned that the current economic status check platform for families under social assistance in our province has achieved automatic comparison with 13 types of information data from 9 provincial departments, and through docking with the financial network of the Hangzhou Central Branch of the People's Bank of China, it has achieved automatic checks with more than 50 bank deposit data, and the number is expected to increase to 100 by the end of the year.
 

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