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Meeting provides much food for thought
    2018-05-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

FIGHTING corruption is a challenge shared by political parties all over the world, and international cooperation such as the CPC in Dialogue with World Political Parities High-Level Meeting is needed to address the problem, some delegates said during the second day of a gathering of parties in Beijing on Dec. 2, 2017.

The delegates made the remarks during panel discussions at the CPC in Dialogue with World Political Parties High-Level Meeting, which closed Dec. 3, 2017.

During the discussions, delegates said that parties around the world are now facing universal challenges, such as corruption, intraparty supervision, ties with the people and the selection and training of party cadres.

Askarbek Shadiev, chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on International Affairs, Defense and Security (“Bir Bol”) Faction of Kyrgyzstan, said the meeting provides a chance to share experiences with the Communist Party of China, which he noted “has 89 million members and has accumulated a rich store of experience.”

“It also offers a platform for parties to discuss their concerns and seek solutions to the problems they are all facing,” he said. “We will boost exchanges with the CPC and other parties, and learn from them to find effective measures to create an equitable and stable society.”

Phan Dinh Trac, executive vice chairman of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s steering committee for anti-corruption, said he hopes to hear more about China’s experience fighting corruption during the meeting.

Algeria’s Amine Senouci, vice president of the People’s National Assembly and the leader of National Rally for Democracy (Algeria), called the high-level party-to-party dialogue in Beijing “unique, necessary and exciting.”

“I really hope that through the dialogue the parties will reach some consensus and develop a common action plan for coping effectively with the problems that they are all facing, including organized crime, terrorist attacks and corruption,” he said.

(Xinhua)

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