In the Charter of the Communist party of China has fixed ideas XI Jinping
Congress of the Communist party enshrined in the Charter of the basic ideas of XI Jinping. For the first time since Mao Zedong this occurs prior to the expiration of the term of office of the General Secretary of the Central Committee. In terms of impact on the country si caught up with the founder of China and Deng Xiaoping.
At the XIX Congress of the Communist party of China approved amendments to the Charter. Now in the main party document lays down the provisions of the PRC Chairman of a new era of socialism with Chinese characteristics, reports China Daily.
In particular, in the Charter of the Communist party now fixed initiatives of XI Jinping’s anti-corruption: “the Party must firmly implement the self-control and strictly monitor their activities in all respects”.
The Chinese publication notes that at the opening of the Congress, XI Jinping has identified corruption as the biggest threat facing the party.
Over the past five years, China initiated a disciplinary investigation — corruption in the Chinese political slang is called a “violation of party discipline” — in relation to 440 officials at the regional and national scale, among them were members of the Central Committee.
Also enshrined in the Charter of the initiative “One belt and one road” — the creation of three economic corridors linking China with Europe, Central Asia, Russia, Mediterranean countries and the Persian Gulf, as well as the creation of two Maritime routes to the South Pacific and in the Indian ocean. This initiative was proposed by XI in 2013.