Surprisingly, the just-concluded Sixth Plenary Session of the CPC Central Committee did not publish the full text of the much-anticipated "Resolution of the CPC Central Committee on the Party's Centenary Achievements and Historical Experience." At present, only the "Ten Persistences" mentioned in the "Communiqué of the Sixth Plenary Session" has been used by People's Daily Online and other official media for further interpretation, but the interpretation is inseparable from the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China represented by Xi Jinping. The subsequent ruling achievements have been praised and praised, which is very empty compared with the previous two historical resolutions passed by the CCP. Therefore, why should this unnecessary new resolution be passed at this time, but the full text was not published immediately after it was passed and the promotion of horsepower was increased, which is a question worth exploring.
The first two resolutions dared to face mistakes First of all, the first two resolutions passed by the CCP were at a critical juncture when the party needed to adjust its ideological line. The first time was in April 1945 when the Seventh Plenary Session of the Sixth Central Committee passed the Resolution on Certain Historical Issues. The purpose is to criticize the damage caused by the mistakes of the party's line since 1927, and to establish "Mao Zedong Thought" as the number list correct line. The second "Resolution on Several Historical Issues of the Party Since the Founding of the People's Republic of China" was adopted at the Sixth Plenary Session of the Eleventh Central Committee in June 1981. This document is mainly about important historical events since the founding of the CCP, especially the cultural The Great Revolution, made a summary, and also made an official evaluation of the merits and demerits of some important historical figures headed by Mao Zedong.
In addition to this resolution, it was also passed at the meeting that Hu Yaobang replaced Hua Guofeng as the party chairman and Zhao Ziyang as the vice chairman, officially entering the era of reform and opening up after summarizing the lessons of the Cultural Revolution. If you compare the brief summary of the two paragraphs above with the ten empty insistences below, you know what makes this document special: Adhere to the leadership of the party, adhere to the supremacy of the people, adhere to theoretical innovation, adhere to independence, adhere to the Chinese path, adhere to the world, adhere to pioneering and innovative, adhere to the courage to fight, adhere to the united front, adhere to self-revolution. Whether these ten points correspond to any specific historical events or characters mentioned in the full text is currently unknown. But just looking at these ten insistences, except for the persistence of independence and the persistence of daring to struggle.