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Xi requests CPC cadres learn from Hu's speech

Updated: 2011-07-05 21:45

BEIJING - Vice President Xi Jinping has requested cadres with the Communist Party of China (CPC) organization departments at all levels to better learn President Hu Jintao's CPC 90th founding anniversary keynote speech.

Xi made the remark at a seminar held by the CPC Central Committee's Organization Department on Tuesday.

Hu's speech was a programmatic document of Marxism containing important guidance for the Party's self-construction and organization work, said Xi who is also a member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Central Committee Political Bureau.

Leading cadres should set an example by learning the speech harder and better, and incorporating the speech's ideas into their own to encourage others, he said.

Xi said that Hu's speech had mobilized all Party members to constantly strive to achieve more for the CPC.

Cadres in the Party's organization departments at all levels should always uphold their belief in the CPC's leadership, Marxism, socialism and the country's opening-up and reform, Xi stressed.

Cadres in the Party's organization departments should also improve their works to better serve the Party and the government's current job of reforming the economy and improving people's livelihoods, Xi said.

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