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New Party leadership's first 100 days inspiring

Xinhua | Updated: 2013-02-22 07:20

The right path to success

Robaina said China had walked out of poverty, and become an industrial and technological power, and that was because it had followed the socialist path.

With full confidence in socialism with Chinese characteristics, the new CPC leadership has already begun bringing new ideas in advancing reforms and opening-up, as well as party building.

Soon after assuming the top CPC post, Xi Jinping visited Guangdong Province, the testing ground for China's reform and opening up policy.

Yakov Berger, senior analyst at the Institute of Far-Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said the new CPC central leadership had shown unwavering commitment to push forward the reforms.

China's future reform would be more effective, and new reform measures would impact the world on a grand scale, he said.

Apart from the promise of a better life for the Chinese people, the international community has also seen the new leadership's concrete actions to improve their working style and fight corruption.

The leaders have also set an example in advocating thrift and opposing extravagance.

Garrison Ikiara, lecturer of International Economics at the University of Nairobi, agreed with the new measures, saying a ruling party should be prepared for dangers in times of safety, and strengthen party building.

Thomas Meyer, vice-chairman of the committee on fundamental principles of Germany's Social Democratic Party, said it was an absolute necessity for the CPC to set anti-corruption as a major task, as corruption would damage the credibility of a ruling party, and would weaken people's support for reforms.


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