Members of the Communist Party of China have played exemplary roles in society and have taken on more responsibilities, especially when faced with challenges or even dangers that affect the people, an official of the CPC Organizing Committee said.
Party members are easily distinguished in everyday life because they act more responsibly and are available when needed during difficult times, Qi Jiabin, an official with the CPC Central Committee’s Organization Department, said at a news conference.
“Furthermore, they aren’t afraid of making sacrifices when facing critical moments,” Qi said.
“We require Party members to better serve the people and play active roles in local communities. By helping the public with matters that concern them the most, they have won people’s trust. Also, people now know that members are always around and that they are people citizens can turn to.”
Moreover, Party members have become key forces in challenging tasks such as COVID-19 epidemic control and prevention, poverty alleviation and disaster relief. Such actions have further demonstrated their exemplary roles in society, Qi said, adding that since 2020, nearly 30 million members have joined the front line in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreaks.
By the end of last year, the Party had around 96.71 million members, so the administration of the Party is crucial. Qi said that since the 18th CPC National Congress, administration has become stricter to ensure members act in a manner that is beyond reproach.
Meanwhile, the Party’s removal system has been optimized. Those who are no longer qualified to be members will be dealt with to ensure the healthy development of the Party, he added.