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CPC discipline chief says discipline stricter than law

(Xinhua)    11:04, March 29, 2015
Wang Qishan (front, R), a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and secretary of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, visits the Hongqiqu Memorial in Linzhou, central China's Henan Province, March 27, 2015. Wang made an inspection tour to Henan from March 27 to 28 and presided over a symposium here. (Xinhua/Rao Aimin)

ZHENGZHOU, March 28  -- The Communist Party of China (CPC) disciplinary chief has said discipline among the CPC members should be stricter than the law.

Party's discipline should be the norm to regulate its 87 million members, Wang Qishan, head of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), said during a visit to central China's Henan Province.

The Party should be run strictly and "enforcement of Party discipline should be put before the enforcement of law," Wang said.

Wang said measures should reach the CPC grassroots and the closest ties between the CPC and the public should be maintained.

Wang said governing the Party strictly and comprehensively is important because it can secure building a moderately prosperous society, deepening reform and advancing the rule of law. It requires self-improvement, self-purification and self-reform. Such work is not abstract but practical, he said.

"Strict discipline should be practiced in day-to-day management and routine checks to make it respected and observed by the Party members," he said.

Noting that the public opinion should be taken as the paramount political matter, Wang required measures to fight undesirable work style and corruption among the CPC as these problems could sabotage the relations between the Party and the people, thus undermining the foundation for the Party's rule.

Wang urged the Party's discipline inspection authorities to give top priority to their mission of discipline enforcement and focus on both curbing the spread of corruption and carrying out routine precautions.

He also told the discipline inspectors to be confident, composed and patient in their work.

Wang visited a village's CPC organization where he talked with Party members and other villagers. He also visited some local historical sites.


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(Editor:Du Mingming,Bianji)

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