Latest News:  

English>>China Politics

Xi's call for "mass line" answered by actions


08:17, June 28, 2013

BEIJING, June 27 (Xinhua) -- President Xi Jinping's speech calling for adherence to the "mass line," or furthering ties with the people, has received positive responses from Communist Party of China (CPC) members.

In early July, all 31 provincial level regions and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), as well as central government organs and people's organizations, will convene work conferences to set up concrete plans in order to carry out an education campaign.

Standing committees of the Party committees of all 31 provincial-level regions and the XPCC have held meetings as well as regional seminars to learn from Xi's speech.

On June 18, Xi, also general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, said that the "mass line" is the lifeline of the Party and the CPC's upcoming year-long campaign will be a "thorough cleanup" of undesirable work styles such as formalism, bureaucratism, hedonism and extravagance.

Xi also stressed that CPC members should be critical and self-critical in the spirit of rectifying improper work styles, and said the campaign should focus on self-purification, self-perfection, self-renewal and self-progression.

We Recommend:

U.S. presidents and their pets

Highlights of 50th Int'l Paris Air Show

Best photos of week (June 17 - June 23)

Venezuelan Army School boat visits Cuba

Afghan refugees at UNHCR registration center

Beauty contest held in Budapest, Hungary

Angelina Jolie visits refugee camp

'Super moon' hangs in the sky over Rotterdam

LA' Chinatown sets up statue of Bruce Lee

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:YaoChun、Liang Jun)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name


Selections for you

  1. Special operation members in training

  2. Kevin Rudd sworn in as Australian PM

  3. People send best wishes for Mandela

  4. Dance becomes popular stress relief

  5. Kendo and its Chinese followers

  6. China focus:
    Chinese crowds

  7. Most beautiful bodies in the world

  8. Are they still beautiful without bang?

  9. Chinese shares extend losses

  10. Setting sail into uncharted waters

Most Popular


  1. PBOC's caution amid cash crunch to pay off
  2. No pains, no gains for China's economy
  3. 'Kingdom of Bicycles' rises again
  4. Positive energy needed in Sino-British relations
  5. Prism program – who are the principal victims?
  6. Stocks hold steady, but brokers still cautious

What’s happening in China

A growing thirst for water safety

  1. Number of torture cases falls
  2. Foreign suspects accused of theft
  3. Chinese courts to have 200,000 people's jurors
  4. Father sentenced to prison for manslaughter
  5. 630 investigated in China audits