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The College Held "National Constitution Day" Flag-raising Ceremony and Morning Constitutional Reading Activity
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In order to response to national call of the nation’s sixth Constitution Day theme event, thoroughly study and implement the spirit of the Fourth Plenary Session of the 19th CPC Central Committee of the Party, fully understand the importance of studying and publicizing the Constitution, completes the constitutional spirit into the campus, and guide the majority of young students to respect the Constitution, learn the Constitution, obey the Constitution and upholding the Constitution. At 7 am on December 2, 2019, the college held a "National Constitution Day" flag-raising ceremony and "Constitution Morning Reading" event on the playground. Nearly 2,000 students read aloud about constitutional excerpts under the flag.


At the event, 2,000 students were neatly arranged on the playground. Under the national flag, students from the School of Humanities formed the words "12 · 4", holding a constitutional reading.  After the solemn flag-raising ceremony, the host introduced the relevant knowledge of the National Constitution Day. Under the flag, student representatives advocated “promoting the spirit of the Constitution and safeguarding the authority of the Constitution”. As young students in the new era, they must actively learn the theory of the Constitution and firm their constitutional beliefs, strengthen the practice of the Constitution, resolutely uphold the Constitution, and call on college students to consciously know, understand, abide by, and protect the law.


     "The People's Republic of China is a socialist country led by the working class and a people's democratic dictatorship based on the workers-peasants alliance. The socialist system is the fundamental system of the People's Republic of China ..." The students present read the excerpts of the Constitution collectively.  After the event, Fang Yichen from the School of Humanities said, “By reading the Constitution word by word, we have a more awe-inspiring attitude towards the Constitution. Today’s activity is just the beginning, and we will continue to learn and understand it in the future.”  Du Ying, a student who reads, said, "Before reading, I carefully read every word in the Constitution and made sufficient preparations. I hope that such activities will help students understand the Constitution more."


     In order to further promote constitutional publicity, popularize constitutional knowledge, and enhance the constitutional awareness of college students, the School of Humanities will also organize interesting answers to constitutional knowledge, “I take a photo with the constitution”, walk into the “May 4th” Constitution Exhibition Hall, and observe the rule of law and other activities.