On Consistency of Upholding the Party’s Mass Line With Developing Socialist Democracy

Yi DONG, Huijing SUN


The Party’s  mass line is the Party’s  lifeline and the fundamental approach to its work; and the nature of socialist democracy is that the people are the masters. Upholding the Party’s  mass line and developing socialist democracy have a high degree of consistency in logic as well as in the methods and approaches of implementation. The Party’s  mass line fully embodies the fundamental requirement of socialist democracy and provides the epistemological and methodological basis for socialist democracy; the intensive activities throughout the Party to study and practice its mass line are a lively practice of socialist democracy with Chinese characteristics.


The Communist Party of China; The mass line; Socialist democracy; Consistency

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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