CPC must keep high public satisfaction

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In such a chaotic world, China should reflect on its own path. By being active and vigilant, China can achieve an unprecedented rise by drawing experience and lessons from around the world.

After more than 60 years of the Communist Party of China being in power, China's economic strength, national defense capabilities and public recognition of the national path are at a peak, which has formed the basic conditions for China's overall development. However, social discontent is spreading among certain people with the Internet intensifying this trend. Chinese society still lacks enough ability to handle instability.

Chinese top leaders have attached great importance to solving these current problems. The ruling party should work hard toward improving social stability. Social stability rests on people's satisfaction with the ruling party. Therefore, the most important is to constantly improve public satisfaction with the CPC.

The CPC's popularity could well be the highest among ruling parties in other countries worldwide. However, due to the longterm oneparty governance, it is often questioned. To deal with these doubts, the CPC must always maintain a higher level of public support, which is why the central government always reacts quickly to any dissatisfaction, no matter how small.

It is very difficult for the ruling party to maintain high support rate. In Western countries, the support rate of the ruling party often drops after one or two years in power. This must be prevented in China. As information becomes increasingly available, the CPC's ruling environment also becomes more transparent. Public satisfaction must be substantial.

Currently, the corruption of some officials gravely harms the CPC's reputation. In all fairness, the corruption problem is usually more serious in emerging countries. However, the practice of socialism in China had led to low public tolerance for corruption. China has to adopt stricter anticorruption systems so that the ruling party's credibility in this area can be protected.

All members of Chinese society should contribute toward China's political stability. The ruling party should be clear that its power is given by the people and that longterm governance must depend on people's overall satisfaction. Any corrupt official has committed a crime against both ruling party and the Chinese society, and he must be dealt with.

While supervising and urging the ruling party to maintain good governance, the public should have active interaction with the government by taking into account the difficulty of anticorruption efforts in all emerging countries.

China is a country that is under continuous reforms and has a bright future. The fundamental interests of all of us lie in China's stability.

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