The Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee reviewed two sets of regulations on the Party's work related to the staffing of institutions, and rural areas, at a meeting Monday.
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, presided over the meeting.
The implementation of the work rules on the staffing of institutions is significant for improving the rules and regulations of Party and state institutions, pushing forward the legalization of the staffing and enhancing the quality of related work, said a statement released after the meeting.
It stressed that the work related to the staffing of institutions should keep serving the general cause of the CPC and the country, to provide solid institutional and organizational guarantee for securing the decisive victory in finishing the building of a moderately prosperous society in all respects, fully building a modern socialist China, and realizing the Chinese Dream of national rejuvenation.
Enacting the rules on the Party's work related to rural areas is significant for strengthening overall leadership of the Party over rural work, consolidating the foundation of the Party's governance in rural areas, and ensuring the correct political direction of rural work for the new era, according to the meeting.
Stressing the implementation of the rural vitalization strategy as a focal point, the meeting pointed out that addressing issues relating to agriculture, rural areas and rural people should have a central place on the work agenda of the Party.
The meeting also called for efforts to strengthen Party building in rural areas.
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