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The province’s disciplinary inspection and supervision cadre team education and rectification summary meeting was held

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The province of Liaoning recently held a summary meeting on the education and rectification of the discipline inspection and supervision cadres. The meeting, which took place on March 1, aimed to implement the spirit of General Secretary Xi Jinping’s important instructions and the work requirements of the provincial party committee.

During the meeting, it was noted that over the past year, the discipline inspection and supervision agencies at all levels in the province have made significant progress in purifying ideas and organizations. The educational rectification efforts have led to a stronger sense of political responsibility among the cadres, resulting in higher purity and quality within the team. Additionally, the work of discipline inspection and supervision has become more standardized and governed by law.

Moving forward, the meeting emphasized the need to consolidate the results of education rectification through continuous and strict efforts. It was stressed that discipline inspection and supervision cadres must maintain a strong sense of political loyalty and support the “two establishments” and “two safeguards.” By strengthening responsibilities and missions, the province aims to achieve new progress and provide a strong guarantee for winning the three-year battle of action.

The meeting was held via video and telephone conference, with branch venues in each city participating in the discussion. As Liaoning continues to push forward with its discipline inspection and supervision work, the province is dedicated to achieving high-quality development in this important sector.

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