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Xi: Strengthen research to improve Party building

By CAO DESHENG | CHINA DAILY | Updated: 2022-01-22 07:22
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Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, has called for further efforts in research about theoretical and practical questions with regard to how to strengthen the Party to make contributions to related work in the new era.

Xi, who is also China's president and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks in a written instruction delivered to a conference of the National Society for Party Building Studies in Beijing on Friday.

The society, administered by the Organizational Department of the CPC Central Committee, is tasked with studying the new circumstances and problems arising in the CPC's efforts to intensify Party organizations and provide related suggestions or solutions.

Xi commended the society's achievements in recent years, saying that it has upheld the correct political orientation in its studies of major theories and practices in terms of strengthening the Party and has made significant contributions to advancing related work in the new era.

He urged those working for the society to remain true to their original aspirations and missions, and make further efforts in the study of how to advance Marxism in the Chinese context and how to properly address the main problems and central tasks confronting Chinese society, and work harder on issues related to strategies and tactics.

Xi asked them to increase research about the major theoretical and practical problems confronting the great project of Party building on the basis of investigations, make further efforts in the study of the new theories on Party building and how to exercise full and strict governance over the Party.

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