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Encouraging civil servants to "taxi" is also a detour, said Hu Liangxin, deputy scientific researcher of Xiang'an District, Xiamen City, Fujian Province. Recently, the district head publicly said that in order to solve the problem of insufficient taxi customers in the District, government departments will take a variety of measures, including encouraging civil servants to "taxi" things. Once the news came out, it triggered a discussion: is this bus reform to save administrative costs or open a new "gap" in financial reimbursement? (workers on July 9)

but a friend boldly assumes that the district head has relations with taxi companies and supports an enterprise through public consumption. Fortunately, the deputy district head can figure it out. In fact, this friend is not only a joke, but also not all "a gentleman's belly with a villain's heart". Because it is easy to associate the reform of public cars with the expansion of taxi consumption sources: under the current administrative system, taxis actually cost public money, and the way has changed. However, if the result of the instrument and equipment range providing "zero" or self revision function remains unchanged, it is inevitable to use public money to do private things in the end. It used to be for civil servants to take the bus, but now it's like giving them money to take a taxi. It's like spoiling in another way

it is said that China's bus reform has a history of 13 years. Since the general office of the CPC Central Committee and the general office of the State Council jointly issued the provisions on the management of the allocation and use of vehicles in party and government organs, we have seen a variety of reform "ideas". Monetized compensation and traffic expense subsidies; Cancel official vehicles used by all departments and implement centralized and unified management; The government shall establish a bus rental company to operate and manage according to the enterprise model; Issue bus tickets to public servants according to their positions, levels and work needs, and be responsible for the excess, etc. The means are not rich, and the implementation efforts are not great. However, the results are that "Audi" and "Teana" marked with "government pass" can be seen everywhere. You don't know whether the people sitting inside are doing private or office work

from a general perspective, even if the effect of the bus reform is not "as stable as a mountain in the face of wind and rain", at least it is "endless wildfire and spring breeze". The essence of the bus reform is not to let everyone ride the bus in a standardized way, but to fundamentally limit the unlimited use of power. The reason why the bus has become a problem is that the users of the bus feel at ease, resulting in unequal treatment and even extreme cases of extravagant treatment and desertification, which eventually devalues the administrative credit. The reason why the bus reform is difficult to achieve a satisfactory outcome is that the reform of the bus is actually to reform the power and change the mechanism for officials to enjoy their interests. We can imagine the pressure we face to take away the fat meat of bus consumption from so many people. More importantly, it is not the people who are the main body of the reform of the bus. It is not the people who decide whether this official can have a car. In fact, those who manipulate the power of bus reform are also entangled in interests, and the effect of bus reform is "discounted" in layers of acquiescence

there was a so-called "sedan chair culture" in ancient China. The meaning of the sedan chair culture is that officials take sedan chairs of different sizes, colors and numbers due to different levels. Sedan chairs cannot be seated randomly. The cost of sitting in sedan chairs is paid by the officials themselves, and the people who carry them are hired by themselves. However, modern officials take cars, which are all arranged by the state. It doesn't matter if they take the wrong car. Chinese people are talkative. Maybe a township head can ride a Mercedes Benz, which is no problem for the local people. It is natural for state functionaries to work by bus. As long as it is necessary for work, how many cadres now take the bus as a tool to improve the efficiency of serving the people? Modern buses can be compared with feudal sedan chairs in terms of declaring authority and inviolability

back to the issue of encouraging civil servants to "fight" in Xiamen, why was a tentative speech that had not yet formed a specific plan questioned by the public at the beginning? To put it bluntly, this reform is a self-interest show with naked motives. Pushing civil servants into taxis under the guise of reform can certainly make taxi drivers earn money, but the self-interest loopholes that arise from this will be blocked by the government finance. This does not change its oil cylinder piston stroke smaller power around, what bus reform is it

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