The Communist Party should embrace both centralised authority and “internal democracy”, according to a statement after the Central Committee’s sixth plenum. Photo: Xinhua The Communist Party should embrace both centralised authority and “internal democracy”, according to a statement after the Central Committee’s sixth plenum. Photo: Xinhua
The Communist Party should embrace both centralised authority and “internal democracy”, according to a statement after the Central Committee’s sixth plenum. Photo: Xinhua

Question mark over the core of Xi Jinping’s new Communist Party powers

President may have cemented authority but failed to get his way completely, analyst says

Topic |   China’s Communist Party
The Communist Party should embrace both centralised authority and “internal democracy”, according to a statement after the Central Committee’s sixth plenum. Photo: Xinhua The Communist Party should embrace both centralised authority and “internal democracy”, according to a statement after the Central Committee’s sixth plenum. Photo: Xinhua
The Communist Party should embrace both centralised authority and “internal democracy”, according to a statement after the Central Committee’s sixth plenum. Photo: Xinhua
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