Latest News:  
Beijing   Dust    21 / 12 ℃  City Forecast

Home>>China Politics

Jia Qinglin calls for socialist core values among non-communists


11:28, April 29, 2012

BEIJING, April 28 (Xinhua) -- Senior leader Jia Qinglin on Saturday called on China's non-communist political parties to better learn and implement socialist core values.

Jia, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, made the remark in a written comment to a meeting concerning the progress of a program for encouraging non-communist parties to learn and implement socialist core values.

Jia, also chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, said that after two years of the program, non-communist parties have made achievements and accumulated experience in learning and implementing the values, calling for the program to continue.

He also urged non-communist parties to summarize their experience and promote a consensus with the CPC.

The leaders of China's eight non-communist political parties stated at the meeting that they agree with Jia, adding they will promote the success of the program.


Leave your comment1 comments

  1. Name

wende at 2012-04-3071.251.45.*
All they need is to act on the slogan "serve the people" and stop all corrupt practice of "guangsi"

Selections for you

  1. Akhal-Teke horses appear at photography exhibition in Jinan, E. China

  2. Int'l culture, tourism festival kicks off in Kunming

  3. Strawberry Music Festival kicks off in Shanghai

  4. General view of fountains in Peterhof Palace of Russia

Most Popular


  1. Relations reach new heights
  2. China opposes Philippine school in S. China Sea
  3. Top adviser's visit promotes friendship, cooperation
  4. Where does the world go from here?
  5. Panicky responses to shootings harm students
  6. ChiNext delisting policies ramp up risk for investors
  7. Motives behind Tokyo's claim to buy Diaoyu Islands
  8. Huangyan crisis hints long-term tensions
  9. Arab countries hold mixed feelings towards US
  10. Renminbi's global use growing

What's happening in China

China's railway to see increased passenger flows during May Day holiday

  1. Coca-Cola Shanxi admits to chlorine contamination
  2. Three detained over fatal traffic mishap
  3. Beijing subway handles record number of riders
  4. Teen commits suicide over dress code
  5. Where girls become ladies

PD Online Data

  1. Spring Festival
  2. Chinese ethnic odyssey
  3. Yangge in Shaanxi
  4. Gaoqiao in Northern China
  5. The drum dance in Ansai