The successful governance experience of the Communist Party of China (CPC) deserves to be studied by other countries, including Poland, the vice-chairman of the Polish New Left Party said, Andrzej Szejna.
“I think this is an experience (which we can learn from) from China, how to go about it, for an equal and fair distribution,” he said in a recent interview with Xinhua.
As countries around the world strive to revitalize the economy and focus on the interests of the people, it is all the more important to share experiences, he noted.
The CCP “thinks every day about things (to do) to improve people’s living conditions, equality, (and maintain) sustainable development,” noted Szejna, who has visited China many times. times.
Staying close to the people and listening to their needs is what has enabled the CCP to lead China to perform miracles in recent decades, he said, while praising the party’s governance philosophy centered on the people.
Mr. Szejna added that his party and the CCP maintain close communication and share the same values in poverty reduction and fair distribution. “The CCP’s social policies, China’s efficiency are among the experiences that we can adapt in Poland,” he said.
According to him, the concept of community of destiny for humanity could serve as a solution to the problems facing the world, because “it is based on peace and cooperation”.
Hailing the good relations between the CCP and New Left, Mr. Szejna said that on the eve of the CCP’s 100th anniversary, he wished the Chinese people a better and happier life.