CPC official stresses coalition with non-communist parties

December 30, 2012 6:39 am


Delegates arrive for the 18th CPC National Congress in Beijing/XINHUA-File
BEIJING, Dec 30 – A senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official has stressed fully implementing the spirit of the 18th CPC National Congress and keeping close ties with the country’s non-communist parties.

Yu Zhengsheng, a Standing Committee member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, made the remarks at a national conference on enhancing the united front work with the country’s non-communist parties on Saturday.

Yu praised the solid foundation that has been laid for the coalition with non-communist parties since the 17th CPC National Congress.

He called on united front work departments at all levels to further study policies and sum up experiences, in a bid to consolidate a united, harmonious and progressive situation.

Yu reiterated that the united front is always of great significance in the cause of the CPC and national work.

“As China faces the long-term underdevelopment of productive forces, we should strive to coordinate conflicting interests from different sides via cooperation,” Yu said.

Yu also appealed to non-communist parties to give full play to their supervisory role, and urged party committees at all levels to improve their work style in order to continue united front work.


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