Status, Issues, and Solutions of the Construction of Grassroots Party Branches in Colleges and Universities in the New Era

Yongfu ZHANG

Abstract


Grassroots Party branches are the foundation for ensuring the implementation of Party’s path, principles, policies, and decision-making arrangements. Since the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the construction of the Party branches in colleges and universities has acquired some success but also faced some issues. In view of this, this article mainly focuses on the current status of the construction of the grassroots Party branches in colleges and universities in the new era, analyzes the issues of the construction, and finally provides suggestions and solutions to improve the preciseness and effectiveness of the construction.

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Construction of grassroots party branches in colleges and universities; Current status; Issues; Solutions

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12507

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