China’s ruling Communist Party holds plenary session to discuss strengthening governance

China’s ruling Communist Party holds plenary session to discuss strengthening governance


no the most powerful movers and shakers
in China’s ruling Communist Party at gathering this week to discuss ways to
improve the culture is socialist system and the way it’s governed as well
ongoing issues such as Beijing’s trade war with Washington and the
pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong are likely to be high on the agenda as you
might expect Oh jung-hee with the details with various challenges at home
and abroad sluggish economic growth an ongoing trade war with the US an
anti-government protests in Hong Kong leaders of China’s ruling Communist
Party are gathering this week to discuss the way forward over 300 members of the
Party Central Committee will be gathering behind closed doors to discuss
strengthening China’s socialist system and governance from Monday to Thursday
it’s the first meeting in 20 months the longest interval between two plenary
sessions in recent decades the meeting comes at a critical time when China
faces several crises and its handling the Hong Kong demonstrations China has
faced criticisms over its violence and for trampling the rights and liberties
of the people of Hong Kong at the same time Beijing’s economy is growing at a
slowest pace in nearly three decades partially affected by protracted trade
war with Washington experts say it’s key for Beijing to use the occasion to act
political legitimacy to the party’s rule though these issues aren’t likely to be
included in the final communique they’re highly likely to be touched upon China’s
ruling party is also expected to seek ways to strengthen its leadership at
various levels of society possibly rolling out reform plans at the third
plenary sessions held in spring last year the party laid out comprehensive
institutional reforms merging a number of state institutions and bringing them
under the party’s direct control the result of the meeting won’t be known
until China’s official Xinhua news agency releases the details on Thursday
Oh dong Yi Arirang news

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