Research of Xi Jinping’s Important Remarks on the System of People’s Congresses

Ping WU

Abstract


The formation process of the system of people’s congresses includes the establishment, development and improvement of the system of people’s congresses. Xi Jinping’s practice of local administration has laid a theoretical foundation for the important remarks on forming the system of people’s congresses. These remarks have a profound theoretical origin, including the inheritance and innovation of Marxism-Lenin proletarian dictatorship theory and the enrichment and development of the successive party leaders to the system of people’s congresses. Three characteristics of these remarks are: upholding the Party’s leadership, the people being masters and the rule of law. The research of these remarks has an important enlightenment for the current development.


Keywords


The system of people’s congresses; Scientific connotation; Essential characteristics; Important enlightenment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12220

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