Chinese President Xi Jinping (2nd row, centre) and delegates clap during the closing session of the 12th National People's Congress. The Communist Party is trying to shore up its image and root out graft, which has flourished through personal networks. Photo: EPAChinese President Xi Jinping (2nd row, centre) and delegates clap during the closing session of the 12th National People's Congress. The Communist Party is trying to shore up its image and root out graft, which has flourished through personal networks. Photo: EPA
Chinese President Xi Jinping (2nd row, centre) and delegates clap during the closing session of the 12th National People's Congress. The Communist Party is trying to shore up its image and root out graft, which has flourished through personal networks. Photo: EPA

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Chinese President Xi Jinping (2nd row, centre) and delegates clap during the closing session of the 12th National People's Congress. The Communist Party is trying to shore up its image and root out graft, which has flourished through personal networks. Photo: EPAChinese President Xi Jinping (2nd row, centre) and delegates clap during the closing session of the 12th National People's Congress. The Communist Party is trying to shore up its image and root out graft, which has flourished through personal networks. Photo: EPA
Chinese President Xi Jinping (2nd row, centre) and delegates clap during the closing session of the 12th National People's Congress. The Communist Party is trying to shore up its image and root out graft, which has flourished through personal networks. Photo: EPA
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