An Analysis of the Approaches to Building Learning Party Organizations in Colleges and Universities
The Fourth Plenary Session of the Seventeenth Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party assigned the strategic task of building a learning Marxist Party, which is a major initiative made from the overall perspective of promoting the cause of socialism with Chinese characteristics and of improving the building of Party. So the Party organizations at all levels should make joint efforts to implement the task of building a learning Party from all aspects and in all areas. Higher education plays an overall, fundamental, leading and humanistic role in the socialist construction in China, and the Party building is an important part of the Communist Party of China itself. In this sense, it is particularly important to promote the building of learning Party organizations in colleges and universities so as to build a comprehensive learning Party. And the writer is firmly convinced that it is of great significance to actively explore the approaches to building learning Party organizations in colleges and universities.
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