Eight Musts

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The Eight Musts (Chinese: 八个必须) are a policy set by the General Secretary Xi Jinping administration regarding the role of the Communist Party of China in Chinese society.[1]


The Eight Musts are:[2]

  • we must persist in the dominant role of the people; 必须坚持人民主体地位
  • we must persist in liberating and developing social productive forces; 必须坚持解放和发展社会生产力
  • we must persist in moving reform and opening-up forward; 必须坚持推进改革开放
  • we must persist in safeguarding social fairness and justice; 必须坚持维护社会公平正义
  • we must persist in marching the path of being well-to-do together; 必须坚持走共同富裕道路
  • we must persist in stimulating social harmony; 必须坚持促进社会和谐
  • we must persist in peaceful development; 必须坚持和平发展
  • we must persist in the leadership of the Party. 必须坚持党的领导[3]


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