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CPC to amend Party Constitution


15:24, October 30, 2012

The Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee has held a meeting in Beijing. At the meeting, the Communist Party of China decided to amend the Party Constitution at its 18th National Congress scheduled for November 8th.

The Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee will submit a draft amendment of the CPC Constitution to the 7th Plenum of the 17th CPC Central Committee for further discussion on November 1st, before it is tabled with the National Congress.

Monday’s meeting was presided over by Hu Jintao, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee. A draft report to the 18th CPC National Congress was discussed at the meeting, and it will be tabled with the 7th Plenum of the 17th CPC Central Committee for further review.


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