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Xi's speech on learning from history for better future published

Xinhua | Updated: 2022-01-01 16:03
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BEIJING - A speech by Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on learning from the history to create a better future was published Saturday.

The speech by Xi, also Chinese president and chairman of the Central Military Commission, was published in this year's 1st issue of the Qiushi Journal, a flagship magazine of the CPC Central Committee.

At the Party's centenary, the 19th CPC Central Committee adopted the resolution on the major achievements and historical experience of the Party over the past century at its sixth plenary session.

Guided by the resolution, the whole Party should unify its thinking, will, and action, and unite and lead the people in learning from history, working hard, and forging ahead for a better future, Xi said in the speech delivered at the sixth plenary session of the 19th CPC Central Committee.

He highlighted the efforts to better understand the Party's history, consolidate historical confidence, strengthen the Party politically, maintain the Party's solidarity, sharpen the will and capacity to engage in the great struggle, and uphold self-reform.

Noting that history and the people have chosen the CPC, and the CPC does not fail them, he stressed the century-old Party should be alert to the risks of being outdated and malfunction and ensure that it remains the strong leading core in developing socialism with Chinese characteristics.

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