a. Party control over personnel selection/work
b. Party supervision over personnel/human resources work
c. Party takes charge/in charge of human resources work
a. The principle of the Party to toughen internal discipline
b. The principle that the Party organizations should oversee their members
c. The principle that the Party organizations should discipline their members
d. The principle of stricter oversight of Party membership
e. The principle that the Party must exercise self-discipline and be strict with its members
a. Development is of overriding/paramount importance.
b. Development should go before anything else.
c. Development is our top priority.
d. Development is an absolute/constant necessity.
a. bring forth more younger, revolutionary, professionally competent people
b. promote ideologically sound and well-educated young people to leading posts
c. put revolutionary and well-educated young people at the leading posts
a. private and other non-public sectors
b. individual and other non-public sectors
c. non-public sectors comprising businesses of individual and private ownerships/individual and private businesses
d. self-employed, private and other non-public sectors
a. the project of enhancing people's morality/moral standard
b. the project of ethical citizenry
c. promoting moral behavior
d. moral education program
a. guide religious affairs
a. take vigorous steps to help religions adapt themselves to socialist society
b. encourage the adaptability of religions to the socialist society
c. to (actively) help religions adapt to/suit/fit into socialism
d. to help religions coordinate themselves better to socialism
a. accelerate the building of the national innovation system
a. build the Party's capacity to govern
b. enhance the Party's administrative/governing/governance capacity/capability