A Theoretical Thought of Constructing a Learning-Oriented, Service-Oriented and Innovative Marxist Ruling Party

Yanhua YI, Junjun XUE


The Communist Party of China (CPC) has a tradition and quality of attaching importance to learn, people-serving and innovation. According to the principle of history’s consistency with logic, the report of the Eighteenth National Congress of the CPC has proposed the requirement of constructing a learning-oriented, service-oriented innovative Marxist ruling party. This ideology has undergone a process of evolution and gradual proposals, which are the basic connotation and basic requirement of constructing a Marxist ruling party. A learning and service-oriented innovative Marxist ruling party reflects a more comprehensive and deeper understanding of Marxism, which is the major strategy to further enhance the scientific level of CPC. The three parts are interrelated with each other: Learning is the method and tool; innovation is the basic requirement; service is the fundamental purpose. To establish a learning and service-oriented innovative Marxist ruling party is the basic requirement of constructing a party with the advanced nature.


Learning; Service; Innovation; Thought

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6328


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