"Introduction to Xi Jinping's Thought of Rule of Law" Published
2021-09-09 10:24

In order to promote Xi Jinping's thought of rule of law into teaching materials, classrooms and minds, "Introduction to Xi Jinping's Thought of Rule of Law" (hereinafter referred to as "Introduction"), a key textbook of Marxist theoretical research and construction engineering organized by the Central Propaganda Department and China law society, has been published by Higher Education Press.

 

Since the 18th CPC National Congress, In the great practice of leading the comprehensive rule of law and building China ruled by law, From the perspective of linking history with reality, linking international and domestic, and combining theory with practice, this paper profoundly answers major questions such as why and how to comprehensively govern the country according to law in the new era, and puts forward a series of new ideas, new ideas and new strategies for comprehensively governing the country according to law, thus forming Xi Jinping's thought of rule of law.

 

Introduction consists of "Introduction + Three Editions", A total of 20 chapters, nearly 270,000 words, Explains the distinctive features, great significance, rich connotation, core essence, scientific methods and practical requirements of Xi Jinping's thought of rule of law. It fully reflects that Xi Jinping's thought of rule of law is a scientific theoretical system with rich connotation, profound exposition, strict logic and complete system, the latest achievement of Marxist theory of rule of law in China, an important part of Xi Jinping's thought of socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era, and the fundamental compliance and action guide for comprehensively governing the country according to law. "Introduction" is a key teaching material for law majors in colleges and universities to systematically study and master Xi Jinping's thought of rule of law, insisting on faithfulness to the original work, original text and original intention, and insisting on scientific and chemical interpretation, academic expression and systematic construction.