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Sun Chunlan conducted an inspection of the response to the recent coronavirus outbreak in Beijing (see Senior Leaders section). The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) and National Supervisory...

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The CCDI and NSC announced that Chongqing Deputy Mayor and Municipal Public Security Bureau Head Deng Huilin (邓恢林) was under investigation for serious violations of discipline and law, making him the third co...

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Xi Jinping conducted an inspection tour of Ningxia, where he emphasized achieving a moderately prosperous society by next year and successfully completing poverty alleviation goals. Meanwhile, Wang Yang toure...

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The Two Sessions ended with the National People’s Congress approving the “‘NPC Decision on Establishing and Enhancing a Legal System and Enforcement Mechanism for Safeguarding National Security in the HKSAR”...

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Opening ceremonies for the Two Sessions were held this week after a long delay due to the coronavirus epidemic. At the National People’s Congress (NPC) opening ceremony, Li Keqiang announced that the governme...

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The Politburo Standing Committee met to discuss the coronavirus pandemic both at home and abroad, “normalized epidemic prevention and control measures,” and industry chain and supply chain stability and compe...

[Former Hong Kong Chief Executive and CPPCC National Committee Vice Chairman CY Leung founded the Hong Kong Coalition along with Tung Chee-hwa this week.]

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Official propaganda this week focused on attacking the...

[Xi Jinping delivers a short speech at Xi’an Jiaotong University on 22 April, 2020: WATCH HERE]

The final weeks of April were an important time for the Xi Jinping-led leadership as it sought to finally—yet carefully—get...

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The Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and National People’s Congress (NPC) announced the rescheduling of this year’s Two Sessions for 21 and 22 May, respectively. Originally delayed d...

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A new commentary series under the pen name Ren Ping, which People’s Daily usually uses to discuss highly sensitive topics, attempted to instill confidence in China’s economy after the release of China’s quart...

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