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New Chinese agency to ‘manage’ social unrest


The ruling Chinese Communist Party said it would establish an agency to “manage” growing social unrest, as part of a set of reforms largely focusing on the economy. The new “state security committee” will tackle social instability and unify other agencies in charge of increasing security challenges, both foreign and domestic, the Central Committee said … Continue reading

China: The real beginning of a little inner-party democracy?


Reuters reports from Beijing: “China‘s commerce minister was surprisingly blocked from a spot on the ruling Communist Party’s elite body during a conclave this week, sources said, a rare snub for an official that could raise questions about trade policies during his tenure. “The failure of Chen Deming to secure a seat on the 25-member … Continue reading

China party congress wraps up ahead of leadership unveiling


China’s Communist Party has concluded a week-long congress, a day before unveiling its new leadership line-up. More than 2,200 delegates met to select a new Central Committee in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People. That committee will meet on Thursday to endorse China’s top decision-making body, the Politburo Standing Committee. The new line-up will be … Continue reading

China leaders consider internal democratic reform


Reuters exclusive report by Benjamin Kang Lim and Michael Martina from Beijing: “China’s outgoing leader and his likely successor are pushing the ruling Communist Party to adopt a more democratic process this month for choosing a new leadership, sources said, in an attempt to boost its flagging legitimacy in the eyes of the public. “The … Continue reading

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