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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Surprise, surprise

Do you think the National Peoples Congress will approve the appointments and the reorganizations?

CPC Central Committee adopts state leadership candidates, gov't restructuring plan
The 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) adopted a list of candidates for state leadership positions and a government restructuring plan as its second plenary session closed Thursday.

The 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC)
The list will be recommended to the presidium of the first annual session of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC), according to a communique issued after the plenary session…

During Thursday's plenary session, the CPC Central Committee adopted a plan on institutional restructuring and the functional transformation of the State Council and suggested that the State Council submit it at the national legislature's session, according to the communique.

The meeting's participants vowed to push forward the reform of China's administrative system and further separate government administration from enterprises, investment, social undertakings and communal management, the communique said.

They stressed the importance of building a public service-oriented government featuring scientific function, an optimized structure, cleanness and high efficiency.

The government restructuring plan aims at simpler and decentralized administration, as well as improved administrative efficiency…

According to the communique, market and social forces will be given a greater role in allocating resources and managing social affairs, respectively…

The document called on the CPC and people of all ethnic groups to unite and develop socialism with Chinese characteristics under the leadership of the CPC Central Committee with Xi Jinping as its general secretary.

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