CPC discusses 2006 to 2010 cadre training plan

Updated: 2006-10-24 09:39

BEIJING -- The Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) held a meeting on Monday to discuss the 2006-2010 national CPC cadre training plan.

The meeting was presided over by CPC Central Committee General Secretary Hu Jintao.

The meeting decided to focus training for CPC cadres during the Eleventh Five-Year Plan Period (2006-2010) on building a moderately prosperous society, building a harmonious socialist society, enhancing the Party's governance capability and maintaining the Party's advanced nature.

The meeting recommended that more attention be given to cadre training. The goal is to build a "learning Party" and a "pro-learning society", and provide an ideological guarantee as well as professional support for the economic and social objectives of the Eleventh Five-Year Plan.

The meeting stressed that the latest achievements of the sinicization of Marxism will be comprehensively examined and used. CPC cadres will study Marxism, Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory and the "Three Represents" Important Thought.

CPC cadres will also be further trained on the Selected Works of Jiang Zemin, and on thinking to do with the scientific view of development and the building of a harmonious socialist society, key points raised by the CPC Central Committee with Hu Jintao as General Secretary.

CPC cadres will learn more about the Party's ideological line, guidelines, policies, laws and regulations, as well as the country and the Party's major economic, political, cultural, social, foreign affairs and national defence requirements, so as to guarantee they perform their duties in a scientific, democratic way, respecting the law, and improve their ability to promote economic and social development.

CPC cadres will be trained to study and solve major reform issues, development and stability issues in local areas, problems in people's daily lives and work and issues relating to Party building.

CPC cadres will be trained to enhance political standards, study new situations, solve new issues and open up new theoretical and practical vistas, the meeting stressed.