The Outer

Undersecretary of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee confirms the depth of China’s experience in governance and administration

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The ceremony to present Chinese President Xi Jinping’s book on governance and administration began today in Cairo, in the presence of Du Changyuan, Chairman of the China International Media Group, Liao Liqiang, Chinese Ambassador to Egypt, Dr. Essam Sharaf, former Prime Minister of Egypt, and Ambassador Hussein Al-Hindawi, Secretary-General. Assistant to the League of Arab States, and a representative of the President of the National Media Authority, Mohamed Rashad, President of the Arab Publishers Union, and Sama Suleiman, Undersecretary of the Foreign, African and Arab Affairs Committee in the Senate.

In her speech, Dr. Samaa Soliman, Undersecretary of the Foreign, African and Arab Affairs Committee of the Egyptian Senate, called on thinkers and students of science to read it to understand the depth of China’s experience in governance, which dates back thousands of years. The book is also considered an intellectual contribution to the theory of the modern state in light of a globalized world.

She added that the volume comes as an extension of the previous three volumes, and has focused on a number of points as follows: It has breathed new life into the concept of governance by exploring the full range of concepts on which a healthy society is based, to enable the people to continue to apply value and share their aspirations for peace and security.

He increasingly focused on the contribution China makes to protecting the future of human beings on a planet vulnerable to danger through their actions. Ecological civilization is the Chinese concept that makes sustainable development an achievable project to create a balance between man and nature, a concept with deep roots in Chinese culture.

The book showed how it combines the wisdom and depth of China’s experience with Marxist ideas. As a model of the relationship of ideas to reality.

At the same time, the book stressed that democracy is “a common human value and an ideal that the Chinese Communist Party and the Chinese people have always cherished,” which means that there is no single system and every country must develop institutions that fit its history and culture.

The book pointed out that in the case of China, there are five basic principles that the Chinese Communist Party adheres to: that popular democracy is the lifeblood of socialism; And that the people run the country;
that Chinese socialism is compatible with national conditions; that all sectors of society reach, through elections and voting, a consensus; Capitalizing on the strengths of socialist democracy safeguards the long-term prosperity and stability of the Party and the country.

She added that it can be said that this is evidence of the continuous development of the party’s thought about “full, practical popular democracy” and how it is integrated with “result-oriented democracy.” Democracy covers all sectors of society, and the party is required to expand the people’s participation in the people’s parliaments because it is necessary for political vitality. For China.

She continued that President Xi Jinping’s fourth volume is the most confident statement to date of the Chinese nation’s mission and its prospects, and it is directed to the Chinese people, but it represents his historical experience and recent achievements that the rest of the world should consider as a role model for what can be achieved, stressing that it is a source of inspiration for joint efforts. Aiming to secure our common future on this earth.

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