Two Sessions: Forecasting State Council, NPC, CPPCC, National Supervision Commission Personnel Reshuffle
In October 2017, the 19th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) picked a new batch of senior leaders for its top Party organs.
On Feb. 13, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) announced the expulsion of Lu Wei, China’s former “internet czar.” Lu, the former Propaganda Department
In a recent opinion document, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) emphasized to the various discipline inspection organs the direction and intent of Xi
On Feb. 13, state mouthpiece Xinhua released a list of “old comrades,” or former leading officials, whom Xi Jinping and the Central Committee would be
A total of 270 officials at the sub-provincial level and above in the government, provincial People’s Congress, and provincial Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference were
On Jan. 2, the 19th Central Committee held a deployment meeting for its first central inspection group. The inspection group is set to probe 14
On Jan. 31, state mouthpiece Xinhua ran a commentary on the anti-organized campaign which the Xi Jinping administration recently launched. The commentary, titled “To Sweep
On Jan. 29, Wang Qishan, the former anti-corruption chief and Politburo Standing Committee member, was listed as one of the 118 Hunan legislators named as
On Jan. 24, the 13th National Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) members list was released. New Politburo Standing Committee member Wang Yang was among
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee and the State Council issued a document on Jan. 24 to launch a special campaign against organized crime.