A total of 48 key tasks in six categories were declared and distributed to corresponding departments at an executive cabinet meeting chaired by Premier Li.
A senior police officer has been expelled from the Party for serious violations of Party discipline in Lufeng city, Guangdong province.
China had more than 170,000 government microblogs by the end of last year, according to a report issued on Wednesday.
Lu Dongfu was appointed director of the State Railways Administration on Tuesday, becoming the first head of the newly established administration that takes over the administrative responsibilities of the now defunct Ministry of Railways.
Wang Qishan, a senior CPC official, said Tuesday the party is firm in its faith and will unswervingly continue to lead the people on the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics.
The State Council, or China's cabinet, on Tuesday announced a number of new appointments for officials in government departments and organizations.
Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday said corruption should be prevented by deepening related reforms.
Private use of government-funded vehicles in south China's Guangzhou City has sharply decreased since authorities began using global positioning systems (GPS) to monitor their mileage.
Wu Xinxiong, former chairman of China's State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC), has taken the reins of the National Energy Administration (NEA), according to the NEA.
Migrant workers without proper registration hard to make themselves at home in the cities.