A police officer poses in front of a Communist Party flag at the Museum of the Communist Party of China in Beijing. Party cadres have been issued a new set of rules intended to ensure loyalty to President Xi Jinping. Photo: Reuters
A police officer poses in front of a Communist Party flag at the Museum of the Communist Party of China in Beijing. Party cadres have been issued a new set of rules intended to ensure loyalty to President Xi Jinping. Photo: Reuters

Revised code for Communist Party officials lays out quickest ways to lose a job

  • Updated directive seeks to galvanise leaders around Chinese President Xi Jinping, while weeding out cadres with ‘shaky ideals and beliefs’
  • Amended code issued less than a month before party’s pivotal 20th national congress

A police officer poses in front of a Communist Party flag at the Museum of the Communist Party of China in Beijing. Party cadres have been issued a new set of rules intended to ensure loyalty to President Xi Jinping. Photo: Reuters
A police officer poses in front of a Communist Party flag at the Museum of the Communist Party of China in Beijing. Party cadres have been issued a new set of rules intended to ensure loyalty to President Xi Jinping. Photo: Reuters
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