The 88th Minglong Lecture Hall-Historical Evolution of Party Member Standards for Micro-Party Classes

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This time, Zhang Jianfang, deputy secretary of the Party committee and instructor of Party building, conducted a micro party class with the theme of "historical evolution of Party member standards:
 
What are the specific criteria for 1. party members?
Standards are the basic conditions and requirements put forward by the party constitution for party members. These standards are composed of three aspects:
1. Conditions for joining the Communist Party of China;
2. the basic requirements of being a communist party member;
3. Basic duties and rights of Party members.
Before the founding of the People's Republic of 2., it was emphasized that party members should be "models of the masses."
In December 1929, in order to solve the problem of maintaining the advanced nature of the party and the Red Army in the rural environment, Mao Zedong drafted the "Gutian Conference Resolution" at the Ninth Congress of the Fourth Red Army, and put forward five necessary conditions for joining the party. These standards have Strong reality and pertinence have made our party and army draw a clear line from the old party and the old army.
The Communist Party of China regards this principle as an important way to enhance its combat effectiveness and runs through all stages of the party's history. Liu Shaoqi, then secretary of the Central Plains Bureau, wrote "On the Cultivation of Communist Party Members", listing six aspects of cultivation that party members need to exercise.
After the 3. State, the emphasis was placed on the struggle for the conditions of a higher Communist
In February 1951, in drafting the main points of the resolution of the enlarged meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, Mao Zedong called for "universal education on how to be a Communist Party member, so that all Party members can understand the standards of being a Communist Party member". More than a month later, the first national organizational work conference of the Communist Party of China was held. Liu Shaoqi made a report on "fighting for higher conditions for Communist Party members" and put forward eight conditions for Communist Party members.
In order to maintain the purity of the party and continue to improve the quality of party members, the Party Central Committee adopts the method of criticism-education-retirement to carry out party consolidation: first carry out party criticism and self-criticism, examine the historical and practical performance of each party member, and treat those who do not meet the standards of party members. Educate and reform, "for party members who are still not qualified after education, make appropriate conclusions, point out that they are not qualified, and ask them to quit the party, it is necessary". From 1951 to 1953, 238000 "all kinds of bad elements and degenerate elements" were removed from the party, and more than 90000 people did not meet the standards of party members voluntarily or were advised to quit the party. The quality and quantity of party members were improved, which effectively enhanced the party's prestige and cohesion among the people.
Recently, the whole country is carrying out the second batch of thematic education activities of "Do not forget your initiative mind, Keeping in mind the mission", which will end from the beginning of September to the end of this month. The process of education is relatively long. Through the development of certain forms and contents, its ultimate goal is to "seek happiness for the Chinese people and rejuvenation for the Chinese nation, which is the original intention and mission of the Chinese Communists."
Not forgetting the original intention and keeping the mission in mind is an eternal topic for strengthening party building, a lifelong topic for all party members and cadres, and an extension and concrete manifestation of party member standards.