Study on the Cultivation of Idea of the Democracy and Ruling by Law for the Key Officials for Governance of CPC From the Perspective of the China Dream



The democracy and ruling by law is the internal regulator to maintain the running of body for the modern society. The China Dream means to build a prosperous, democratic, civilized and harmonious wonderful country, and to construct a perfect society of freedom, equality, justice and ruling by law. Whether the democracy and ruling by law can be achieved in China, the crucial point lies on the ruling party, especially the key officials for governance of the Communist Party of China . The Eighteenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China put forward “the building of a contingent of competent key officials for governance”, which is the core forces to the leading of the realizing the socialist modern country, and the historic task of the rejuvenation of great Chinese Nation. However, the idea of democracy and ruling by law of the key officials for governance cannot fully meet the requirement of the reality. As a result, it is necessary not only to fight the corruption, uphold Party integrity and improve Party rules and regulations, but also to ensure that leading officials are guided by law to thinking and action in their effort to deepen reform, promote development, solve problems, and maintain stability. Then the idea of democracy and ruling by law for the key officials for governance can be enhanced fundamentally.


China Dream; the key officials for governance; democracy; ruling by law; cultivation

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