CPC to hold sixth plenary session in Nov

The 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China will hold its sixth plenary session in November, at which it will focus on efforts to summarize the Party's major achievements over the past 100 years and draw on historical experience, a key Party meeting decided on Tuesday.
The meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee also reviewed a report on the seventh round of routine disciplinary inspection, launched by the CPC Central Committee in May to perform oversight of Party bodies in the Ministry of Education and 31 universities nationwide.
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, presided over the meeting.
Participants at the meeting noted that the CPC, since its founding in 1921, has always seen its mission and original aspiration as seeking happiness for the Chinese people and the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, according to a summary of the meeting.
The Party has always followed its Communist ideal and socialist beliefs and united the Chinese people in the fight for national independence, the people's liberation, the country's prosperity and the people's happiness, they said.
The Party and the people, through their century of struggle, have written the most splendid chapter in the history of the Chinese nation which has spanned thousands of years, they said.
Summarizing the Party's century of activity and its historical experience is instrumental to embarking on a journey to build a modern socialist nation and to upholding and developing socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era, they added.
It is also important to move forward with the CPC's self-reform, improve the entire Party's fighting capacity and its ability to respond to risks and challenges, and forever maintain the Party's vitality and vigor, according to the summary.
The meeting stressed the need for the entire Party to understand the reason for its success over the past century and figure out ways to continue to succeed in the future and live up to the CPC's original aspiration and missi

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