I don’t agree when the Communist Party describes themselves as “great, glorious and correct.” The party is complicated and should be humble. At the same time, I also don’t agree with some describing the party as a “dictatorship.” It is nonsense. The organization of the CPC is open to the whole of society, and its highest levels are dynamic.
No one can rule the party on behalf of his own interests, nor can he solidify it. There are problems within the CPC, but it has “vitality”, which means the ability to correct its mistakes and mature. In its bones, the party knows it has to respect public opinion. The party has focused on people’s livelihoods in recent years, and that’s very important.