President Xi Jinping has underlined further promoting whole-process democracy that enables the Chinese people to be broadly involved in national governance, saying that whether a country is democratic or not depends on whether it is truly run by the people.
A central conference on work related to people's congresses was held from Wednesday to Thursday in Beijing.
A special symposium hosted by President Xi Jinping 10 months ago has remained an inspiring experience for Pan Jiuren, a deputy headmaster of a primary school in Central China's Hunan province.
President Xi Jinping reiterated on Friday the importance of furthering the nation's whole-process people's democracy to better ensure that the people run the country, as he took part in the election of people's congress deputies in Beijing.
Top legislator Li Zhanshu on Friday stressed the need to further comprehensively enforce the Constitution of the People's Republic of China to promote the construction of a modern socialist country in all respects.
Senior legislators met on Friday to study an important speech delivered by Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, at a central conference on work related to people's congresses.
Democracy is a common value of humanity and an ideal that has always been cherished by the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Chinese people.
The resolution was deliberated and approved at the plenum held in Beijing from Nov. 8 to 11.