党务公开 open management of party affairs
[ 2008-03-07 10:12 ]
Open Management of Party Affairs
An institutional arrangement for branches of the Communist Party of China (CPC) at all levels to improve transparency.
According to this principle, Party branches are obliged to make their processes for making decisions and carrying out activities as well as their achievements known to other Party members according to the characteristics of the issues. And if the issues are closely related to the interests of the public, the Party branches should also publicize their work to all. Formally included in the CPC Constitution in 2007, this principle was part of the CPC's effort to promote democracy within the Party, protect the democratic rights of Party members and enhance the internal supervision of the Party.