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Major contribution improving inter-party relations (1)
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14:57, September 30, 2007

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The Communist Party of China (CPC) has attached great importance to external inter-party activities; and made them an important component of overall diplomatic activities. After nearly 30 years of practical and theoretical exploration, since the conclusion of the Third Plenum of the 11th Party Congress, the CPC has successfully changed its status by gaining rich experience and having a wide impact on the international arena. The key to success is making important contributions to the world.

1. Created new inter-party relations criteria

The four principles proposed by the CPC have been recognized by more and more political parties. The four principles are: independence and autonomy, complete equality, mutual respect, and non-interference in internal affairs.

These four principles compose a complete scientific system.

Independence and autonomy means that parties from all nations take responsibility for their countries and peoples. Additionally, they independently explore and develop their own principles, directions, rules and policies, in accordance with their circumstances and conditions; select their own roads for revolution, construction and development; and determine their stance and propositions in international affairs. Independence and autonomy does not exclude mutual support and the voluntary exchange of opinions among parties?

Full equality means that regardless of the differences in strength, scale and length of history, all parties should be equal; whether it is the ruling party or not. No single party has privilege over the others.

Mutual respect means that each party has unique strengths and characteristics; and therefore, parties should understand, respect, and learn from each other. Due to the differences in situation and experience, parties may have different views on different situations and tasks. They should seek common ground; while setting aside differences and preventing differences from becoming obstacles to the development of inter-party relations.

Noninterference in each other's internal affairs not only refers to non-interference in another party's internal affairs; but also non-interference in another country's internal affairs. One should ruin others by taking advantage of a bilateral relationship. This is the premise and guarantee for independence and autonomy, complete equality, and mutual respect.

The four principles for inter-party relations and the five principles of peaceful co-existence complement each other in international relations.

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