"Now there is a donkey in Lamu, several people are chasing the donkey, and a group of people are supervising the donkey. The streets and towns are the donkeys." Recently, a letter from the grassroots workers reflected that the problem of formalism in the prevention and control work is prominent. The required data, reports, supervision, rectification, implementation, and feedback tasks have kept grass-roots staff from coping with daily tasks. The cadre reported that there were 7 inspection teams at all levels in the street where he was investigating the problem, but he was unable to solve the actual difficulties. For example, each inspection team can find that there is no thermometer at the bayonet, but the reality is that there are not enough thermometers assigned to the bayonet; each bayonet must be responsible for 24 hours by regular personnel, but the number of bayonet is more than the official number. A lot more, but also guard the train station, as a manager, room service staff in a centralized isolation point ... Who will be considerate of us?
The current epidemic situation must be practical. Any form of formalism is not only necessary, but also life-threatening. Obviously talked about reducing the flow of people, not going out, not walking, but the gatherings are more frequent than usual, and the site supervision is more frequent than usual; it is said that the mobilization network format, carpet-type prevention and control, in fact, still send notifications, fill in forms, report information The "oldest third". The ordinary people looked at the worries, and the grass-roots "cousin" and "cousin" were also miserable. Whether it is possible to rely on commanding the front and to hold the soil accountable is a severe test of the political quality and governance ability of leading cadres at all levels. However, it is necessary to "on-site command" if the command is to be taken forward, and whether "responsibility to keep the soil" is equivalent to "information briefing". This requires a big question mark. If this question mark is not straightened, there will be a weird circle of formalism.
In the critical period of epidemic prevention and control, some localities have "special events and special measures", do not pay attention to the "hands-on" of leaders, do not require everyone to "face-to-face opportunities", but really consider the safety of grass-roots cadres, and truly consider themselves as ordinary people Think about health. Video conferencing, teleconference, inspection and protection are both correct; WeChat contact, telephone communication, loudspeaker preaching, do the work well and implement in place. On the other hand, a small number of people are "appearing" in the name of fighting the epidemic. What seems to be "friendly" is actually "harm to others", making it difficult for grassroots cadres and local people to parry.
To fight the epidemic, we must not create a dangerous situation artificially. Frequent on-site inspections and supervision will inevitably dispatch intensive personnel movements. Too much Wenshan will eventually require population concentration. Except for increasing the probability of spreading infections, it is impossible to talk about the efficiency of epidemic prevention and control. Not to mention, some inspections are shaking hands, taking photos, and posting; some meetings are I have opened, I have done, and I have communicated; some forms have been filled out, summarized, and reported. These formalistic, The old problems of bureaucracy must be eliminated in the fight against the epidemic.
Formalism is a chronic disease of dysentery, which is no less infectious than an epidemic. To stop this "infectious disease", we must show our determination and courage to fight the "epidemic". We can't stop with accountability, we must also grasp the typical cases and take strict accountability. Strict accountability for formalism and bureaucracy in taking the lives of ordinary people will definitely deter such a sign and make the anti-epidemic work more practical. Just like the epidemic, we must resolutely curb formalism. This is the aspirations and expectations of the masses.
Recently, some grass-roots personnel reported: "Today, I received documents from more than a dozen departments, such as the Women's Federation, the Promotion Office, the Organization Department, the government, the county party committee, and the Health and Family Planning Bureau. There is no document or department to help townships and towns solve the practical problem of even a mask and a bottle of disinfection water. "Communicate the meeting with the meeting and implement the document with the file. Obviously, this is a disease of formalism.
Once the epidemic prevention and control is caught in the frame of formalism, it will not only be difficult to achieve results, but it will also cause people to have trouble. From the "Tucao" of that grass-roots person, we can easily feel the incomprehension and dissatisfaction between the lines, as well as grievances and injustices. Similar situations are not uncommon at the grassroots level, and correction is urgently needed. "The epidemic is still spreading, and there is a rapid upward trend in some areas, and the situation is complex and severe." The more so, the more practical measures are needed to achieve practical results, and not slogans. If you only do superficial articles, even if the documents are sent out in a basket, the epidemic will still spread.
To prevent and control the epidemic, it is not impossible to issue documents, but you cannot patronize the issue of documents without doing practical things. If there is a form, it will not prevent or control the epidemic, and it will not stabilize the people. It is the responsibility of leading cadres to go deep into the front line of epidemic prevention and control, to give timely guidance, to grasp the epidemic, and to take timely action. Eliminate formalism, go deeper into the front line, less crude and "come with me" consciousness; walk into the masses, work together to find solutions, come up with ideas, work together to solve problems and give practical tips It can be called to keep the responsibility and keep the responsibility.
With problem awareness, go deep into the front line of epidemic prevention and control, listen to what is missing at the grassroots level, and solve problems in a targeted manner, which is more conducive to epidemic prevention and control. Isn't that grassroots staff's "voicing trough" a reflection of public opinion? For the grassroots, they need masks, not slogans; they need disinfection water, not saliva.
"Thousand threads above, one needle below." It is not easy to grasp grassroots work. Reject formalism, think more about transposition, and less air-to-air. Use effective institutional arrangements to motivate their officers to start businesses. Only grassroots cadres can better play the role of "pinning leads", work hard together and win defense Fighting the epidemic.