Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Democratic centralism

Whatever you want to call it, democratic centralism is on display in Beijing. Can you make sense of all the actions and organizations mentioned?

China's top legislature prepares for NPC annual session
Zhang Dejiang, chairman
The Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress (NPC) will convene its bimonthly meeting from Feb. 24 to 26, to prepare for the annual congress session next month.

Key tasks at the meeting will include discussing an agenda for the fourth annual session of the 12th NPC, and a work report of the NPC Standing Committee to be submitted for review during the session, said a statement issued after the meeting of chairman and vice chairpersons of the NPC Standing Committee on Monday.

[The] meeting was presided over by Zhang Dejiang, chairman of the NPC Standing Committee…

The Fourth Session of the 12th NPC will begin in Beijing on March 5.

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