China’s highest July 1 medal for 29 prominent figures, including Uyghur leader
BEIJING: On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC), the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) for the first time conferred the highest award “July 1 Medals” on the morning of June 29 in Beijing. Held in the Great Hall.
On the occasion, CPC General Secretary and Chinese President Xi Jinping conferred the “July 1 Medal” on party workers who had rendered important services in various fields and delivered a keynote address.
It should be noted that the purpose of the “July 1 Medal” is to recognize the services of those workers of the Chinese Communist Party who have shown outstanding performance in various walks of life.
This year’s medal recipients are 29 from various walks of life, including science, social services, defense, the arts, education and national unity. Of these, 26 are medal winners and 3 have died.
Zhang Guemi, who founded the first free school for girls in China, and Mumtaz Woomer, a prominent Uyghur leader fighting religious extremism in Xinjiang, were among the recipients of the medal, who arrived at Beijing’s public hall with special protocol. The July Medals Ceremony was held.
Addressing the ceremony, President Xi Jinping said that the performance of the “July 1 Medal” awardees embodied the CPC’s strong commitment, striving to achieve its goals, clean politics and providing excellent services. Is reflected.
He urged the party workers to remain faithful to the path of Marxism and socialism with Chinese characteristics. Chinese communists must always maintain strong contact with the people, listen to the voice of the people and fight for the protection of public rights. He stressed that all members of the Chinese Communist Party must maintain a spirit of high morale, hard work and dedication.