Chongqing Party Chief vows to fight corruption

2012-11-27 03:13:53 GMT2012-11-27 11:13:53(Beijing Time)  SINA English
Su Zhengcai (file photo)Su Zhengcai (file photo)

By Yuan Yue, Sina English

Chongqing's Party Chief Sun Zhengcai stressed to fight the extravagant and corrupt lifestyle within the party on November 26 at a municipal standing committee meeting.

Sun Zhengcai is currently a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, and secretary of the CPC Chongqing Municipal Committee.

"The cohesion, appeal, and effectiveness of the municipal standing committee are decisive factors for the overall and long-term development of the municipality." he also underlined at the meeting.

Meanwhile, he asked the committee to concentrate on self-improvement, enhance its leading and administrative ability, spearhead the municipal development, and by doing that, we will take the lead in completing the historical mission of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects in China's West.

Sun also emphasized the need to strengthen political construction. "We should cultivate our Party spirit, consolidate our ideal and belief, adhere to the basic lines of the Party, and unswervingly follow the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics." he said. "The political and organizational disciplines need to be reinforced; meanwhile, the political acumen and ability to tell cardinal issues of right and wrong must be strengthened." Sun added.

"We have to keep a sober mind and take a firm stand when solving major issues, and stay in line with the Party's central committee, with Comrade Xi Jinping as the General Secretary."

Sun also instructed the committee to enhance the awareness of the general situation, to think, plan and lay out the decisions and work with the overall situation of the Party and the country in mind. "We have to be aware of the overall situation, take advantage of it, subordinate our interests to it, and resolutely safeguard it." Sun said.

Editor: Yu Runze
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