On the Theory Construction of Building Marxist Party in Politics

Authors

  • Jixiong Yang

Keywords:

Marxist Political Party; Political Construction; Theoretical System.

Abstract

The construction of Marxist party politics is a process of practical exploration and theoretical innovation. The Marxist theory of political party construction has relatively independent research objects, basic problems, basic categories, theoretical cornerstone, theoretical essence, subject framework, etc., forming a theoretical system consisting of a series of basic viewpoints and principles. Putting the political construction of the party in the first place; Adhere to "two maintenance"; Build the party around its political line; Adhere to the unity of the minimum and maximum programs of the Party; The formulation and implementation of correct policies and strategies is the main content of the theoretical construction of Marxist political party construction.

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Luo Wendong: New Theory of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics (People’s Publishing House, China 2008), p.117.

Xi Jinping: Taking the political construction of the Party as the fundamental construction of the Party provides an important guarantee for the Party to move from victory to victory (Economic Daily, China 2018).

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Published

2022-11-21

How to Cite

Yang, J. (2022). On the Theory Construction of Building Marxist Party in Politics. Frontiers in Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(11), 117–122. Retrieved from http://bcpublication.org/index.php/FHSS/article/view/2792

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