Saturday, July 2, 2011

Hu Jintao warns of the dangers of corruption in the anniversary party

The Chinese head of state, Hu Jintao presided over Friday's celebration of 90 anniversary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) with a speech in which he stated that training should be proud of its accomplishments, but "should not rest on laurels the past, "or" fossilize or stagnant ", maintaining, for example, the fight against corruption, since" if not punished effectively, the party will lose the trust and support of the people.

" He also called on the training progress towards building a socialist country "modern, prosperous, powerful, democratic, civilized and harmonious" in 30 years. CPC members to 6,000 gathered in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Hu said that the centenary of the proclamation of the People's Republic of China, to be held in 2049, the country must have achieved those goals, and earlier in the Party's centenary (2021) has to be achieved "a moderately prosperous society" for over 1,300 million inhabitants.

In an act that did not miss the music of the International, or a gigantic symbol of the hammer and sickle presiding over the plenary hall of the palace, the president, who plans to leave office in 2013, recalled the history of the formation born in a clandestine meeting in Shanghai in which, among others, was the subsequent founding of the Communist regime, Mao Zedong.

"For 90 years, the CCP had only a few dozen militants, the country was poor and backward and the people dragged into hunger and misery. Today, its members reach over 80 million, the country is full of prosperity and flourishing and the people enjoy happiness and health, "he proclaimed. Hu recalled especially the "old generation" of the Party (Mao, Zhou Enlai, Liu Shaoqi, Zhu De, Deng Xiaoping, Chen Yun) and said that Marxist thought is "irrefutable scientific truth." "In 90 years, our Party has united and led the people to, in this ancient land that is China, wrote a magnificent epic of human evolution that has rocked the heavens and the earth and touched the spirits and the gods, "Hu said grandly.

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