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The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China issued the "Regulations for the Formulation of Intra-Party Laws and Regulations of the Communist Party of China" and the "Regulations for the Examination and Review of Intra-Party Laws and Regulations of the Communist Party of China"

Release time: 2019-09-16 09:08:03 source: Xinhua News Agency news hotline: 0311-87908405
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Recently, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China has issued revised Regulations for the Formulation of Intra-Party Laws and Regulations of the Communist Party of China (hereinafter referred to as the "Regulations"), "Regulations for the Review of the Inner-party Regulations and Regulatory Documents of the Communist Party of China" (hereinafter referred to as "Registration Regulations for Filing") and The newly formulated Regulations on the Responsibility System for the Implementation of the CPC's Intra-Party Laws and Regulations (Trial) (hereinafter referred to as the "Regulations for the Implementation of the Responsibility System for Regulations"), and issued notices requiring all regions and departments to carefully implement them.

The notice pointed out that the "CPC Regulations for the Formulation of Intra-Party Laws and Regulations of the Communist Party of China" and the "Record Regulations for the Intra-Party Laws and Regulations of the Communist Party of China" issued by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in 2012 played an important role in strengthening the construction of intra-party regulations and systems. According to the new situation, tasks and requirements, the Party Central Committee revised it.

The notice requires that all regions and departments should be guided by Xi Jinping's thoughts of socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era, adhere to the fundamental principles of the party constitution, and promote the strict and comprehensive administration of the party and the party. jobs. It is necessary to take the "Regulations" as the basic principle to do a good job in the formulation of laws and regulations within the party, to reverse the key to improving quality, to do a good job of the "supply-side structural reform" of the system, and to form the overall effect of the system. It is necessary to conscientiously implement the "Regulations on Records and Examinations", insist on having the necessary, preparing for the trial, and correcting any mistakes, and maintain the unity and authority of the party's regulations and policies. To strictly implement the "Regulations on the Responsibility System for Enforcement of Regulations", party organizations at all levels and leading cadres of party members must firmly establish the concept of strict enforcement of regulations and shoulder the political responsibility for implementing intra-party regulations. The important situations and suggestions in the implementation of various regions and departments must be reported to the Party Central Committee in a timely manner.

The full text of the three regulations including the Regulations is as follows.


Chinese Communist Party Regulations

(Approved and published by the CPC Central Committee on May 26, 2012 and amended by the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee on August 30, 2019)

Chapter I General Provisions

Article 1 These regulations are formulated in accordance with the "Articles of the Communist Party of China" in order to standardize the formulation of laws and regulations within the party, improve the quality of laws and regulations within the party, form a complete system of laws and regulations within the party, and promote the rule of the party.

Article 2 The formulation of laws and regulations within the party is guided by Marxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory, the important thinking of the "Three Represents," the scientific concept of development, and Xi Jinping's thought of socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era. Adhere to the party's need to administer the party and administer the party strictly and rigorously, and firmly maintain the core of General Secretary Xi Jinping's Party Central Committee and the core position of the entire Party, and resolutely maintain the authority of the Party Central Committee and centralized and unified leadership.

Article 3 The laws and regulations of the party are the party's central organization, the central disciplinary inspection committee, and the party's central working organs and the party committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities that reflect the party's unified will, regulate the party's leadership and party building activities, and rely on party discipline Special rules and regulations to ensure implementation.

The party constitution is the most fundamental intra-party statute and the basis and basis for formulating other intra-party statutes.

Article 4 The formulation of intra-party regulations mainly provides for the following matters:

(1) the emergence, composition, powers, duties, and responsibilities of various organizations at all levels of the party;

(2) Institutional mechanisms, standard requirements, methods, and methods of party leadership and party building;

(3) Supervision, assessment, reward and punishment, and guarantee of party organization work, activities, and party member behavior;

(4) Selection, education, management and supervision of party cadres.

Any party involved in the creation of party organization functions and duties, party members' compulsory rights, party disciplinary actions, and organizational treatment can only be provided for by party regulations.

Article 5 The name of the rules and regulations within the party is the party constitution, guidelines, regulations, rules, methods, rules, and detailed rules.

The party constitution makes fundamental provisions on the nature and purpose of the party, its line and program, its guiding ideology and goals, organizational principles and organizations, the compulsory rights of party members, and party discipline.

The code makes basic provisions on the entire party's political life, organizational life, and behavior of all party members.

The regulations make comprehensive provisions on important relations or important work in a certain field of the party.

The regulations, methods, rules, and detailed rules make specific requirements for the party's important work requirements and procedures.

Intra-party regulations formulated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Party Central Working Organs, and the Party Committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government may use the names of regulations, methods, rules, and rules.

Article 6 The expressions of general use clauses in intra-party regulations can be divided into edits, chapters, sections, articles, paragraphs, items, and items according to the needs of the content.

Article 7 The formulation of laws and regulations within the party shall follow the following principles:

(1) Adhere to the correct political direction, strengthen the "four consciousness", strengthen the "four self-confidence", and achieve "two maintenances";

(2) Persist in proceeding from the needs of the party's cause of development and comprehensively starting from the reality of strictly governing the party;

(3) Adhere to the party constitution as the foundation and implement the party's basic theory, line, and strategy;

(4) Adhere to democratic centralism, fully promote democracy within the party, and maintain the party's centralized unity;

(5) Persist that the party must operate within the scope of the Constitution and laws, and pay attention to the convergence and coordination of intra-party regulations with national laws;

(6) Adhere to convenience and effectiveness and prevent tedious repetition.

Article 8 The formulation of laws and regulations within the party is centralized and unified by the Party Central Committee, and the routine work is performed by the Central Secretariat.

The Central General Office is responsible for the overall coordination and supervision of the formulation of laws and regulations within the party.

Chapter 2 Authority

Article 9 The party's central organization shall formulate central party regulations on the following matters:

(1) the nature and purpose, line and program, guiding ideology and goals of the party;

(2) the basic system for the formation, composition and functions of the party at all levels and various organizations;

(3) the basic system of party members' duties and rights;

(4) the basic system of party leadership and party building in all aspects;

(5) Matters involving major issues of the party;

(6) The basic system of party discipline and organizational handling;

(7) Other matters that should be stipulated by the central party's regulations.

Matters involving the centralized and unified leadership of the Party Central Committee can only be stipulated by the Central Party Central Law.

Article 10 The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the Party Central Working Organs shall formulate intra-party regulations on relevant matters within their areas of competence:

(1) Make supporting provisions for the implementation of the central party's laws and regulations;

(2) To perform the duties related to the work of the party as stipulated in the party constitution and the central party's regulations.

If it is really necessary, with the approval of the Party Central Committee, the Party committees of relevant central state organs and departments can formulate intra-party regulations on specific matters.

Article 11 The party committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall formulate intra-party regulations on relevant matters within their areas of competence:

(1) Make supporting provisions for the implementation of the central party's laws and regulations;

(2) To fulfill the duties of leading the economic and social development of the region and responsible for party building in the region as stipulated in the party constitution and the central party regulations.

Article 12 In accordance with the authorization of the Party Central Committee, it is necessary to formulate relevant matters concerning central party regulations. The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the Party Central Working Organs and the party committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities may first formulate intra-party regulations, and when the conditions are ripe, the central government Intra-party regulations.

Where the Party Central Committee authorizes the formulation of intra-Party regulations, the formulation organs shall strictly follow the authorization requirements, promptly request the Party Central Committee to report relevant major matters, and issue the report only after approval by the Party Central Committee.

Article 13 For matters involving the terms of reference of two or more ministries and commissions, the relevant ministries and commissions shall jointly formulate intra-party regulations or ask the Party Central Committee to formulate central intra-party regulations.

The formulation of intra-party regulations involving matters within the scope of government authority may be jointly formulated by party and government organs.

Article 14 If the higher-level party regulations clearly require the formulation of supporting party regulations, they shall be formulated in a timely manner; if there are no requirements, they shall not be formulated in general.

The formulation of supporting intra-party laws and regulations shall not go beyond the scope prescribed by higher-level intra-party laws and regulations, and the stipulations shall be clear, specific, pertinent and operable. Unless it is necessary, there is no repetitive regulation on the content that has been clearly stipulated by the higher party's internal regulations.

Chapter III Planning and Planning

Article 15 The formulation of intra-party laws and regulations shall be carried out in a coordinated manner. The five-year plan and annual plan for the formulation of intra-party laws and regulations shall be scientifically compiled, highlighting the key points and overall progress, and constructing a system of intra-party laws and regulations with scientific content, strict procedures, complete supporting facilities and effective operation.

Article 16 The five-year plan for the formulation of laws and regulations within the Central Party shall be summarized by the Central Office of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the central government departments and the Party committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government. The office discussions in the Secretariat are reported to the Party Central Committee for approval.

The central party's annual work plan for the formulation of laws and regulations is formulated by the Central Office of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the central government's formulation of proposals for the next year before the end of each year.

Article 17 The proposal for the formulation of intra-party regulations by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Central Committee and the central government departments and the party committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall include the names of intra-party regulations, the need for formulation, the time for submission, and the drafting unit.

Article 18 The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Party Central Working Organs, and the Party Committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government may, in accordance with their functions and powers, formulate work plans and plans for this system and local party regulations.

Article 19 During the implementation of the planning and planning of laws and regulations within the party, adjustments may be made according to actual conditions.

Chapter IV Drafting

Article 20 The Central Party Regulations are generally drafted by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and relevant central departments according to their contents. Comprehensive intra-party regulations are drafted by the Central Office of the People's Republic of China in coordination with the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and relevant central departments, or a special drafting group is established to draft them. . Particularly important central party regulations are drafted by the party's central organization.

Intra-party regulations formulated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Party Central Working Organs, and the Party Committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities shall be drafted by them.

Article 21 The draft rules and regulations within the party shall generally include the following:

(1) the name;

(2) the purpose and basis for formulation;

(3) the scope of application;

(4) specific specifications;

(5) Interpretation organs;

(6) Date of implementation.

Article 22 When drafting intra-party laws and regulations, it is necessary to conduct in-depth investigations and studies, comprehensively grasp the actual situation, carefully summarize historical experience and new practical experience, and fully understand the opinions and suggestions of party organizations at all levels and the majority of party members. Where necessary, investigations and studies may involve the legal counsel of the party committee and its working organs, relevant experts and scholars, or commission special agencies to carry out the research.

Article 23 Departments and units that draft laws and regulations within the party shall consult with relevant departments and units on matters involving the scope of work of other departments and units. If no consensus can be reached after consultation, the relevant situation shall be explained when submitting the draft party regulations.

Article 24 Drafting of intra-party regulations shall be in line with existing intra-party regulations. For the same matter, if there is a need to make provisions that are inconsistent with the existing intra-party regulations, the draft should be repealed or how to apply the existing intra-party regulations, and the circumstances and reasons should be explained when submitting the draft.

Article 25 After the draft intra-party regulations are formed, opinions should be widely sought. The scope of soliciting opinions is determined according to the specific content of the draft intra-party regulations, and if necessary, soliciting opinions within the entire party. When soliciting opinions, attention should be paid to the opinions of the party congress representatives, grassroots party members, cadres, and relevant experts and scholars. The draft party regulations that are closely related to the vital interests of the masses should fully listen to the opinions of the masses.

Solicitation of opinions may take the form of written discussions, seminars, demonstrations, and online consultation.

Article 26 Drafting departments and units submit draft draft regulations to the review and approval authority at the same time as drafting instructions. The formulation statement shall include the necessity, the main content, the situation of soliciting opinions, and the consultation with relevant departments and units.

Chapter V Examination and Approval

Article 27 After the review and approval authority receives the draft intra-party regulations, it submits them to its regulatory agency for pre-examination. The pre-review mainly reviews the following:

(1) Whether it meets the political requirements of enhancing the "four consciousness", firming the "four self-confidence", and achieving "two maintenance";

(2) Whether it is inconsistent with the party constitution, the party's theory, and the guidelines and policies;

(3) Whether it is inconsistent with the Constitution and laws;

(4) Whether it conflicts with the rules and regulatory documents of the higher party;

(5) Whether it conflicts with the provisions on the same matter in other party regulations and normative documents;

(6) Whether to consult with relevant departments and units on major issues involved;

(7) Whether there are problems in seeking the interests of the department and local protection;

(8) Whether it meets the requirements for formulating authority, procedures and normative expressions.

Regarding the draft intra-party draft laws and regulations, the regulatory agency may propose amendments to drafting departments and units upon approval. If drafting departments and units do not accept the amendments, the regulatory agency may propose amendments, postponements or returns to the review and approval authority.

Article 28 The examination and approval of draft laws and regulations within the Central Party shall be conducted in the following ways:

(1) The draft guidelines are generally considered and approved by the Plenary of the Central Committee;

(2) The draft bill is generally reviewed and approved by the Political Bureau of the Central Committee;

(3) draft regulations, measures, rules, and rules are generally reviewed and approved by the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee;

(4) Drafts of single or complementary regulations, measures, rules, and detailed regulations may be approved by the Central Office of the CPC Central Committee for approval.

Draft intra-party regulations formulated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the Party Central Working Organs shall be reviewed and approved by the meetings of its leading bodies.

The draft intra-party regulations formulated by the party committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall be reviewed and approved by the plenary sessions or standing committee meetings of the party committees.

Article 29 The draft intra-Party regulations that have been reviewed and approved shall be reviewed by the regulatory agency and released after being submitted for approval in accordance with the procedures.

Central Party regulations are issued in the form of central documents. Intra-party regulations formulated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection are issued in the form of documents from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection. Intra-party regulations formulated by the Party Central Working Organs are issued in the form of documents from the Party Central Working Organs. Intra-party regulations formulated by the party committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government are issued in the form of party committee documents or documents of the general office of the party committee. At the time of publication, a caption should be added to the title of the party's regulations, stating the organization, date of adoption, and date of publication.

Intra-party laws and regulations shall not be made public unless they involve the secrets of the party and the state or may not be made public in accordance with relevant regulations.

Article 30: Intra-party regulations that are urgently needed but not mature enough for actual work can be implemented first. The trial period generally does not exceed 5 years.

Chapter VI Guarantee

Article 31 The formulation of intra-party regulations shall strictly follow the requirements of effectiveness rank:

(1) The party constitution has the highest effect in the party regulations, and no other party regulations may contradict the party constitution;

(2) The effectiveness of the Central Party Rules and Regulations is higher than the internal party regulations formulated by the Central Discipline Inspection Commission and the Party Central Work Organs and the Party Committees of Provinces, Autonomous Regions, and Municipalities. Intra-party regulations must not conflict with central party regulations and regulatory documents;

(3) The effectiveness of intra-party regulations formulated by the Central Disciplinary Inspection Committee and the Party Central Working Organs is higher than the intra-party regulations formulated by Party committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government. The intra-party regulations enacted by the Party Central Working Organs conflict.

Article 32 The Party Central Committee shall order the Party Central Committee to correct or revoke any of the following rules and regulations formulated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the Party Central Working Organs and Party Committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities:

(1) Conflicts with the party constitution, party theory, and line policies;

(2) Conflicts with the Constitution, laws and administrative regulations;

(3) Conflicts with the higher party rules and regulatory documents;

(4) Other circumstances that should be ordered to be corrected or cancelled.

If the provisions of the same party on the same matter formulated by different ministries and commissions conflict with each other, they shall be submitted to the Party Central Committee for handling.

Article 33. Intra-party regulations formulated by the same formulation agency shall be subject to special regulations if the general regulations are inconsistent with the special regulations; if the old regulations are inconsistent with the new regulations, the new regulations shall apply.

Article 34. If the intra-party regulations need to further clarify the specific meaning or application of the provisions, they shall be explained. The Central Party regulations are interpreted by the Party Central Committee or authorized relevant ministries and commissions. The Central Discipline Inspection Commission and the Party Central Working Organs and the provincial, autonomous region, and municipal party committees formulate the intra-party regulations formulated by the formulation agencies.

The interpretation of intra-party regulations has the same effect as the intra-party regulations.

Article 35 Intra-party regulations formulated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Party Central Working Organs, and the Party Committees of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government shall be reported to the Party Central for record within 30 days from the date of promulgation. The Central Office of the People's Republic of China is responsible for specific examinations in accordance with relevant regulations.

Article 36: Adhere to the development and implementation of the integration, improve the responsibility system for the implementation of laws and regulations within the party, increase the promotion, education, and training of laws and regulations within the party, evaluate the implementation of laws and regulations, and strengthen the accountability of supervision and discipline. To ensure effective implementation of party regulations.

Article 37 The formulation organs shall organize the clearance of laws and regulations within the party, carry out centralized cleanup in a timely manner, carry out special cleanup of specific content or specific scope as needed, and carry out instant cleanup simultaneously in the formulation work. According to the cleanup situation, make a decision to modify, abolish, declare invalid.

Article 38 The formulation organs shall promptly modify the intra-party regulations that lag behind the development of practice. Modifications, amendments or amendment decisions may be adopted as appropriate, and related intra-party regulations may be revised collectively. After the amendment, the text of new party regulations should be published.

Article 39 Matters concerning the compilation, compilation, and publication of intra-party regulations shall be handled by the statutory working organization affiliated to the formulation agency in accordance with relevant regulations.

Chapter VII Supplementary Provisions

Article 40 These regulations shall apply to amendments to intra-party regulations.

The amendment of the Party Constitution applies the provisions of the Party Constitution.

Article 41. Provisions for the formulation of intra-party regulations in the military shall be formulated by the Central Military Commission in accordance with these regulations.

Article 42 The interpretation of these regulations is the responsibility of the Central Office.

Article 43 These Regulations shall become effective on the date of promulgation.


Regulations on the Filing and Examination of Intra-Party Laws and Regulations of the Communist Party of China

(On June 4, 2012, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China approved the revision issued by the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on June 4, 2012, and the revision of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on August 30, 2019)

Chapter I General Provisions

Article 1 These regulations are formulated in accordance with the "Regulations for the Formulation of Intra-Party Laws and Regulations of the Communist Party of China" in order to standardize the filing and review of intra-party laws and regulations and normative documents, and to maintain the unity and authority of intra-party regulations and party policies.

Article 2 These regulations apply to the filing and review of intra-party regulations and regulatory documents formulated by party organizations.

The normative documents referred to in these Provisions refer to documents that are formed by party organizations in the process of performing their duties and are generally binding and can be repeatedly applied within a certain period of time.

The following documents are not included in the scope of record review:

(1) Printing and distributing documents such as leaders' speeches, annual work highlights, and work summaries;

(2) Documents on personnel adjustments, commendation and rewards, disposal and internal management of the organization;

(3) documents such as instructions, reports, notices of meeting activities, meeting minutes, and briefings;

(4) Other documents that do not need to be filed for review in accordance with regulations.

Article 3 The record review work shall follow the following principles:

(1) There is a requisite, and all that falls within the scope of record review shall be reported in a timely manner, and no concealment, omission or late reporting shall be concealed;

(2) Preparations must be tried, and the internal party regulations and regulatory documents that are filed should be reviewed in a timely and rigorous manner.

(3) Errors must be corrected, and the problems found in the review shall be handled in accordance with regulations, and no discount or modification shall be made.

Article 4 The party committees at all levels, the party's disciplinary inspection committee, the party committee (decision-making) coordinating mechanism, the party's working organs, and party institutions directly under the party committee, the party group (party committee) assumes the main responsibility for the record review work.

Offices (offices) of party committees at all levels are responsible for handling the filing and review of party committees at their own level, coordinating, coordinating, supervising, and guiding the filing and review of their own regions. Relevant departments and units shall actively assist in the filing and review work within the scope of their duties and jointly play the role of review and control.

Party committees at all levels should establish and improve the linkage mechanism for record review and connection with the people's congress standing committees at the same level, the government, and other relevant parties.

Chapter II Subject

Article 5 Intra-party regulations and normative documents formulated by party organizations shall be reported to higher-level party organizations.

Intra-party regulations and normative documents jointly formulated by multiple party organizations shall be filed by the leading party organization to a common higher-level party organization.

Party organizations review the internal party regulations and regulatory documents filed by lower-level party organizations, and the specific work is handled by their statutory work institutions or work institutions that undertake relevant functions.

Article 6 The Central Disciplinary Inspection Committee, the Party Central Committee (decision-making) deliberative and coordinating body, the Party Central working organs, and the institutions directly under the Party Central Committee, and the Party Groups (Party Committees) approved by the Party Central Committee, the Party committees of the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities shall report to the Party Central Committee Intra-party regulations and normative documents.

For the scope of party organizations that file regulatory documents with local party committees, refer to the preceding paragraph.

Article 7 The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the Party Central Working Organs and Party Groups (Party Committees) of relevant central state organs and departments may establish an in-system filing system in accordance with the spirit of these regulations in accordance with the needs of their work.

If the Party Central Committee clearly stipulates that the party organization submits the intra-party regulations and normative documents formulated by it to a specific subject for inspection and review, such provisions shall be followed, and relevant party organizations shall also report in accordance with the requirements of these regulations.

Gradually implement the party's grass-roots organizations to file regulatory documents with the party organizations that approved it.

Chapter III Registration

Article 8 Intra-party regulations and normative documents that should be filed shall be filed by the enacting authority within 30 days from the date of publication.

If the filing is not made within the prescribed time limit, the review authority shall order it to make a supplementary report within a time limit, and may report it if necessary.

Article 9 To file intra-party regulations and normative documents, one filing report, official text and filing instructions shall be submitted, bound into a book, and submitted in electronic form.

The record statement shall indicate the circumstances of the formulation background, policy innovation and its basis, sources of important data indicators, soliciting opinions, and review and approval.

Article 10 The reporting authority shall submit the catalogue of the documents of the previous year to the reviewing authority for inspection before February 1 of each year.

Chapter IV Examination

Article 11: Examination organs shall register the intra-Party regulations and normative documents that meet the requirements for examination, and conduct examination in the following aspects:

(1) Political review. Including whether to seriously implement the internship in the new era of socialism with Chinese characteristics, whether it is consistent with the party's basic theory, basic line, and basic strategy, whether it is consistent with the party's central decision-making and deployment, and whether it strictly observes the party's political discipline and political rules.

(2) Review of legal compliance. Including whether it is consistent with the Constitution and laws, whether it conflicts with the party constitution, higher party regulations and normative documents, whether it conflicts with the provisions of the same party's regulations and normative documents on the same matter, whether it complies with the formulation authority and procedures, Implement streamlined documents and improve writing style requirements.

(3) Reasonability review. Including whether it meets the needs of the development of the situation, whether it may cause significant negative impacts on society, or whether it violates the principles of fairness and justice.

(4) Normative review. Including whether the name is appropriate, whether the format is correct, whether the expression is standardized, etc.

During the review, the review authority should pay attention to protecting the enthusiasm of the relevant regions and departments for reform and innovation in accordance with the actual situation.

Article 12 The review organs may solicit opinions and suggestions from relevant parties or conduct consultations and investigations on party regulations and regulatory documents with complex and sensitive content, strong professionalism, and extensive coverage.

If the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, the government, or the army's record-reviewing work agency finds that there may be violations of laws and regulations in the party's regulations and regulatory documents, it may submit a review proposal to the same-level party committee's record-reviewing work agency. The organization for review and review of party committees at the same level shall study and deal with the results and feedback the results in an appropriate manner.

Article 13 The review authority may ask the reporting authority to make explanations on the problems found during the review or the opinions and suggestions of relevant parties.

The reporting authority shall explain the reason and basis for the related matters within the prescribed time limit, and may also propose measures for handling it.

Chapter V Handling

Article 14 The review organ shall make corresponding decisions on the party's internal regulations and regulatory documents that are filed according to different situations, and urge the report organs to handle them in a timely manner. The reporting authority shall earnestly implement the decision of the review authority.

Article 15 The examination organ shall directly record and pass the party's regulations and normative documents that have not found any problems during the review, and shall report back to the reporting organ in a timely manner.

If the reviewing authority finds that there are problems with the party's regulations and regulatory documents that have already been put on record, it may restart the reviewing process.

Article 16 There are no principle problems in the party's regulations and normative documents, but one of the following situations exists, and the reviewing authority may record it for approval and make recommendations to the reporting authority:

(1) the relevant regulations are basically legal and compliant, but it is necessary to grasp the standards in implementation;

(2) After the implementation of the relevant regulations, the spirit of the superior has changed or new reform measures are about to be introduced, which need to be reported to the reporting authority;

(3) The opinions and suggestions put forward by relevant parties have high reference value;

(4) Other situations where suggestions are needed.

Article 17 There are no principle problems in the party's regulations and regulatory documents, but if there are irregularities such as the use of names, styles, and wording, the review authority may file the record and pass the relevant information to the reporting authority.

If the reporting authority has irregularities many times, the reviewing authority may make a notification as appropriate.

Article 18 There are no problems with the rules and normative documents within the party, but in one of the following situations, the reviewing authority may record them for approval and give a written reminder to the reporting authority:

(1) The relevant political statements are not standardized;

(2) The relevant regulations may cause deviations or cause misunderstanding in the implementation;

(3) the relevant provisions are not reasonable enough;

(4) The formulation procedures are not standardized;

(5) Failure to meet the requirements for streamlining documents and improving style of writing;

(6) Other situations that need to be reminded.

After receiving the written reminder, the reporting authority shall take the initiative to rectify and notify the relevant parties in a timely manner to prevent the adverse impact of the relevant issues. If the reviewing authority requests a report on the processing, the reporting authority shall report within 30 days after receiving the written reminder.

Article 19 In case of any of the following situations in the party's regulations and normative documents, the review authority shall not pass the record and ask the reporting authority to make corrections:

(1) Violating the Party Constitution, Party theory, and line policies;

(2) Violating the Constitution and laws;

(3) Conflicts with the higher-level party regulations and regulatory documents;

(4) Obviously unreasonable;

(5) Those that do not meet the authority of formulation;

(6) Other situations that need to be corrected.

For the problems found in the review, the review authority may send a letter asking the reporting authority to correct them, or the reporting authority may take the initiative to correct them. Corrections can be made by modifying the original document or issuing supplementary documents.

The reporting organ shall report the relevant processing situation within 30 days after receiving the request for correction, and shall take effective measures in a timely manner to properly handle the complicated and sensitive matters that are likely to have adverse effects.

If the corrected intra-party regulations and normative documents meet the requirements, the review authority shall record and adopt them in accordance with the procedures. If the reporting authority fails to correct the problem or report the relevant corrective measures within the prescribed time limit, and without proper reasons, the reviewing authority may make a decision to revoke the relevant party regulations and regulatory documents.

Article 20 The review organ shall make a review and decision on the internal party regulations and regulatory documents that are filed, and shall review and approve in accordance with the prescribed authority and procedures.

Article 21 The review organs of the party's regulations and normative documents for which no problems are found generally complete the review and processing within 30 days. If it is found that there may be a problem, the review processing time can be appropriately extended, but it usually does not exceed 3 months.

The relevant materials for the record review work shall be archived for future reference.

Article 22 The review organ shall timely sort out and summarize the problems found in the review, strengthen comprehensive analysis and utilization, and promote the improvement of the system and work.

Chapter VI Safeguards and Supervision

Article 23 Strengthen the information construction of record review, establish and improve a special record network covering comprehensive, interconnected, complete functions, and convenient operation, and improve the information level of record review.

Article 24 The party organization shall strengthen the supervision, inspection, evaluation, and commendation and reward of the record review work, and the relevant results shall be notified within a certain range.

Article 25 The system of investigation and accountability for the filing and review of intra-party regulations and normative documents is implemented. Under any of the following circumstances, the responsibilities of relevant party organizations, party leaders, and staff members should be investigated in accordance with regulations and discipline:

(1) Insufficient performance of political responsibilities, disregarding the filing and review work and not deploying it, and weak organizational leadership, causing serious consequences;

(2) Violation of the procedures and time-limits for reporting, irregularities, delays, or even failure to report, or refusing to rectify or rectify the problems pointed out by the review authority, causing serious consequences;

(3) Violating the examination procedures and time limit requirements, the examination being irregular, untimely, or apparently wrong, causing serious consequences;

(4) Other circumstances in which responsibility should be investigated.

Chapter VII Supplementary Provisions

Article 26 The Central Military Commission may, in accordance with these Provisions, formulate measures for the filing and review of internal party regulations and regulatory documents in the military.

Article 27 The interpretation of these Provisions is the responsibility of the Central Office.

Article 28 These regulations shall come into effect on July 1, 2012.


Provisions of the Communist Party of China's Intra-Party Regulations for Implementing the Responsibility System (Trial)

(Reviewed and approved by the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee on August 30, 2019, issued by the CPC Central Committee on September 3, 2019)

Article 1 In order to improve the enforcement of intra-party regulations and promote the in-depth implementation of intra-party regulations, these regulations are formulated in accordance with the "Regulations for the Formulation of Intra-Party Regulations of the Communist Party of China".

Article 2 Party organizations at all levels and all party members have the obligation to abide by and maintain the authority of the party's laws and regulations. Party organizations and party leaders at all levels must strengthen the "four consciousnesses", strengthen the "four self-confidences", and achieve "two maintenances". Firmly establish the notion that enforcement is their job, and weak enforcement is the misconduct. Political responsibility for party regulations.

Article 3 Under the centralized and unified leadership of the Party Central Committee, establish and improve a unified responsibility system for the unified leadership of the Party Committee, the overall coordination of the General Office of the Party Committee, the responsible department in charge, the assistance of relevant units, and the strict supervision of the Party ’s disciplinary inspection agency. It is divided into two groups, each performs its own duties, and is implemented at every level.

Article 4 Local party committees at all levels bear the main responsibility for the implementation of intra-party regulations in their region. They should resolutely implement the decision-making arrangements of the party's central government and the decisions of higher-level party organizations, take the lead in strictly implementing intra-party regulations, and lead, organize, and promote the implementation of intra-party regulations in the region. Work, support and supervise party organizations and party members and leading cadres in the region in fulfilling their responsibilities for enforcement.

Article 5 The General Office of the Party Committee is responsible for coordinating and coordinating the implementation of intra-party regulations in the region, and promoting the implementation of the party committee's arrangements for the implementation of intra-party regulations.

Article 6 Party committee functional departments, offices, dispatched agencies, and directly affiliated institutions, etc., shall take the lead in implementing party regulations that mainly stipulate their functions and responsibilities, and organize, coordinate, supervise, and guide relevant party organizations and party members. Cadres implement relevant party regulations.

Other relevant units shall perform their duties and perform their respective duties in accordance with the provisions of the party's laws and regulations, and assist in cooperating with the lead departments to jointly implement the laws and regulations of the party.

Article 7 The Party Group (Party Committee) is responsible for the main body responsible for the implementation of relevant intra-party regulations in its own unit (this system), leading, organizing and advancing the implementation of intra-party regulations in this unit (this system).

Article 8. The street committees, township and township party primary committees, village and community party organizations, state-owned enterprise party committees, and party organizations of institutions that implement the system of administrative leader responsibility under the leadership of party committees shall bear the main responsibility for the implementation of relevant party regulations in their own regions and units. Lead, organize and promote the implementation of intra-party regulations in the region and unit.

Grassroots organizations in other units promote the implementation of relevant party regulations in their units in accordance with regulations.

Article 9 Leading cadres of party members should be courageous and responsible, and take the lead and lead by example, take the lead in studying and publicizing the laws and regulations of the party, and take the lead in strictly implementing the laws and regulations of the party.

The party committee (party group) secretary should conscientiously perform the duties of the first person responsible for the implementation of intra-party regulations in the local unit. The members in charge of the intra-party regulations work bear the direct responsibility for the implementation of intra-party regulations. Take charge of the implementation of party regulations in the field.

Article 10 The party's disciplinary inspection organ shall take the lead in strictly implementing the laws and regulations of the party, supervise and inspect other party organizations and party members' leading responsibilities in performing the rules, and effectively safeguard the party constitution and other laws and regulations within the party.

Article 11 The implementation of the laws and regulations of the party shall follow the following basic requirements:

(1) Acting in an act, performing his duties with due diligence, and having to act or act in disorder;

(2) Strictly enforce the regulations, prohibit the order, and do not discount or make changes;

(3) Fairly enforce the rules, insist that everyone is equal before the rules in the party, and do not engage in special or open doors;

(四)规范执规,按照规定的主体、权限、程序等执行党内法规。

第十二条党委(党组)每年至少召开1次会议专题研究党内法规执行工作,将党内法规纳入理论学习中心组学习和干部教育培训的重要内容。

pk10大小单双必赢贴吧牵头执行部门应当将党内法规宣传教育作为履行执规责任的重要方面,加大党内法规宣传教育力度。

第十三条各级党组织应当采取有效措施,增强党员干部的执规意识,提高执规能力,严格执规标准,规范执规程序,提升执规效果。

pk10大小单双必赢贴吧第十四条上级党组织应当加强对下级党组织和党员领导干部履行执规责任情况的监督,对重要党内法规的执行情况进行督导检查,对发现的普遍性问题在一定范围内通报。各级党组织应当重视发挥党员、群众和新闻媒体等在监督执规责任履行中的积极作用,推动形成执规工作合力。

党组织和党员领导干部履行执规责任情况,应当纳入领导班子和领导干部考核内容,可以与党风廉政建设责任制、党建工作、法治建设等考核相结合。

第十五条党内法规制定机关可以视情对党内法规执行情况、实施效果开展评估,督促党组织和党员领导干部履行执规责任,推动党内法规实施。

开展党内法规实施评估工作应当制定年度计划。应当列入实施评估范围的党内法规主要包括:上位党内法规和规范性文件作出新规定、提出新要求的;相关法律法规作出新规定的;规范和调整事项发生较大变化的;执行过程中遇到较大困难、意见反映较多的;试行期满或者没有规定试行期但试行超过5年的。

根据工作需要,实施评估可以对1部党内法规或者其中的若干条款开展专项评估,也可以对相关联的若干部党内法规开展一揽子评估。实施评估结束后应当形成评估报告。

第十六条党组织和党员领导干部有下列情形之一的,应当依规依纪追究责任,涉嫌违法犯罪的,按照有关法律规定处理:

pk10大小单双必赢贴吧 (一)不贯彻执行党中央关于党内法规执行的决策部署以及上级党组织有关决定;

pk10大小单双必赢贴吧 (二)履行领导、统筹、牵头、配合、监督等执规责任不力;

(三)执行党内法规打折扣、搞变通或者选择性执行;

(四)本地区本单位在执规中出现重大问题或者造成严重后果;

(五)其他应当追究责任的情形。

pk10大小单双必赢贴吧第十七条中央军事委员会可以根据本规定,制定军队党内法规执行责任制规定。

第十八条本规定由中央办公厅负责解释。

第十九条本规定自2019年10月1日起施行。

Editor-in-chief: Huang Jingtong_DW058

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