BEIJING, March 28 (Xinhua) -- The Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee has said the ongoing education campaign on Party management should be institutionalized.
According to a circular issued by the general office of the CPC Central Committee made public on Tuesday, the campaign was launched in 2016 and focuses on the study of the Party Constitution and code of conduct, as well as the speeches made by Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee.
A series of remarks made by Xi are the latest achievements in the theoretical system of socialism with Chinese characteristics, and they mark the latest development of contemporary Marxism in China, it said.
The remarks are considered important thought for Party building and advancing the great cause of socialism with Chinese characteristics, it said, adding that they will also serve as guiding principles for all Party organizations and members.
Party organizations at various levels should fully realize the importance of institutionalizing the campaign and put ideological education high on their agendas, it said.
Efforts should be made to standardize actions of Party organizations and members in accordance with the Party Constitution and code of conduct.Efforts should also be made to ensure Party organizations fully play their roles and leading officials are clean, honest and bold in assuming responsibilities.
Party organizations should evaluate results of the campaign annually, it said.
The circular asked Party committees at all levels to lead grassroots Party organizations and members to unite more closely around the CPC Central Committee with Xi as the core.
Party committees at all levels should make annual study schedules while leading officials should have their own individual study plans, it noted.
Party organizations should guide members to strengthen their ideals and beliefs, implement the Party's decisions and observe Party discipline and rules, according to the statement.
Those who fail to act accordingly will be criticized seriously or held accountable, the document added.