The President, Mr Hu Jintao, held a meeting with the newly sworn-in Chief Executive, Mr Chui Sai On, and principal officials of the Macao SAR this morning, where he spelt out his aspirations for the new administration. After congratulating Mr Chui on his inauguration, the President told him that the Central Government had full trust in him and hoped he would not let people down in uniting Macao and leading it towards a better future. On the new administration, Mr Hu said he hoped it would adhere to the following points -- putting people first, uniting as one, enhancing government efficiency and upholding integrity. He also urged the new administration to live up to the expectations entrusted to it by more than half a million Macao residents under the leadership of the Chief Executive. In a separate meeting with representatives from different sectors in Macao, including the former chief executive, Mr Edmund Ho Hau Wah, the President called for social unity and asked people from all walks of life to support the new administration in promoting growth and stability. He told the gathering that one of the factors which underlined Macao’s rapid growth was the unity and cohesion of its people. According to the President, Macao would be able to scale new heights if its people stand more united. He added that the achievements made by Macao in the past decade stood testimony to the success of the principle of ‘One country, two systems’. “We will continue to follow this correct path in future,” he noted.