Minister of Justice Tang Yijun, together with the ministry's Leading Party Members' Group and leading officials of the organs directly under the ministry, visited an exhibition on the history of the Communist Party of China (CPC) at the Museum of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on July 7.
Themed "stay true to the founding mission," the exhibition presented the glorious history of the Party since its founding 100 years ago in a panoramic and epic way.
The attendees said that the exhibition deepened their understanding of the great founding spirit of the Party, which is comprised of the following principles: upholding truth and ideals, staying true to our original aspiration and founding mission, fighting bravely without fear of sacrifice, and remaining loyal to the Party and faithful to the people.
Stressing that the visit to the exhibition was a vivid Party history learning session, Tang called for unwaveringly upholding the Party's centralized and unified leadership for overall law-based governance and its absolute leadership over judicial administration work.
He also emphasized the need to practice the principle of "justice for the people" so as to enhance people's senses of gain, happiness and security regarding the rule of law.
At the end of the visit, Tang led a review of the Party admission oath in front of the Party flag.