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CPC's revised constitution to strengthen Party, scholar says

By ZHAO LEI | | Updated: 2022-10-16 13:41
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Xie Chuntao, a delegate to the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, speaks during an interview at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Oct 16, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua]

The revised constitution of the Communist Party of China, should it be approved by the Party's national congress, will extensively strengthen the CPC's overall development and leadership, according to a Party scholar.

Xie Chuntao, vice-president of the Party School of the CPC Central Committee, told reporters on Sunday morning at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing that the latest revision of the CPC Constitution took a lot of time and effort and was based on new situations and new experience.

The revised version will include new measures to uphold the CPC's comprehensive guidance over the country's all walks of life and improve the Party's internal governance, he said.

It will also serve to better govern and regulate the Party's building efforts and activities and intensify its leading status, the scholar added.

Xie made the remarks before attending the opening ceremony of the 20th CPC National Congress as a deputy to the congress.

According to him, the CPC Central Committee attaches great importance to updating the Party's constitution and the document would be revised at almost each CPC national congress.

The major theories, policies and regulations of the Party in each of its historic era have been incorporated in the constitution, Xie said.

He also said the Party used an unprecedented level of efforts in soliciting opinions during the making of the 19th CPC Central Committee's work report to the 20th congress.

"Once the report is approved by the congress, it will definitely lead and foster the country's future development and will better advance the nation's modernization," Xie said.

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