Xingzipu Town People's Congress promotes the ban on fire and fire
Recently, Cao Mou, a female villager in Chengzhong Village, Xingzipu Town, Shuangfeng County, died of a funeral. There was no fireworks and no pollution at the funeral site. The death of Liu Zhengqing, an old man in Hutang Village, did not set off fireworks. This is the new trend of Xingzipu Town People's Congress to promote the emergence of rural civilization.
Fireworks and firecrackers are celebrated in weddings and funerals, an ancient tradition. In recent years, as the "pockets" of the common people have swelled, fireworks and firecrackers have become more and more fierce and compared with each other. Someone edited a piece of paper: "A firecracker sounds two cigarettes, which affects rest and sleep; paper is blown out and the beautiful environment is polluted." Earlier this year, the presidium of the town ’s National People ’s Congress made the promotion of fire and fire bans as the focus of the year ’s work. , Held a number of presidium meetings, and actively sought the attention of the town's party committee and the support of the town's people's government. Through in-depth and detailed investigation and research, he drafted the "Decision on Promoting the Removal of the Vulgar and the Vulgar and Establishing a New Cultural Civilization (Draft)". The important content of changing customs and customs was approved at the fifth meeting of the 15th People's Congress of the town.
After the decision was passed, the Presidium of the People's Congress of the town asked all representatives to go to their constituencies to vigorously publicize, and guide the villages to improve their village rules and regulations, and actively promote the implementation of fire and fire bans. The 114 provincial, city, county, and township people's congresses in the jurisdiction acted quickly and adopted various methods to promote publicity. The representative of the county people ’s congress, the village party secretary Zhu Guanghui, and the village committees organized a party, group leader, and villagers ’congress to discuss and formulate a customary plan, stipulating a new marriage, and not making extravagance and waste; Do n’t do anything for the wedding, and stick to the economy; do n’t pollute the environment for the wedding, and do n’t put off fireworks. In order to strengthen the supervision, the village also elected a red and white wedding event council, and urged the villagers to implement the village regulations. Nowadays, the local fluency has also changed: "It is most appropriate to persuade the monarch to pay attention to everything, and it is most appropriate not to set off firecrackers; everyone is united in the shabby customs, and the civilization and local customs are passed on from generation to generation."