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Highlights and developments of the 19th CPC and election of a new generation of leadership.
EXPLAINERS: WHAT IS THE CPC?
Wang Guan explains why the 19th Party Congress matters
Why does the 19th Party Congress matter
Nathan King explains the 19th CPC
19th CPC National Congress explainerHeld every five years, the Party Congress is the Chinese Communist party’s most powerful body.
Who joins the Communist Party of China?
Who joins the Communist Party of China?There are nearly 90 million members of the Communist Party of China, making it one of the largest political parties in the world. While it may be easy to see the CPC as a monolithic body, it’s actually a complex organization that has changed a great deal in its 96 years. CGTN's Lisa Chiu explains how the makeup has changed.
How Does China's Political Structure Work?
China's Political StructureWhat is China's CPC central committee? What are China's NPC and CPPCC? This video explains.
Wang Guan explains how Chinese leaders get elected
How Chinese leaders get elected?
How delegates are elected for the presidium
Coverage from the 19th CPC National Congress
China should secure a decisive victory in building a moderately prosperous society in all respects and strive for the great success of socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era, Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, said in a work report delivered at the opening session of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China on Wednesday.
Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, said Wednesday morning in the opening speech of the 19th CPC National Congress that China will deepen supply side reform in the coming years, build a modern economic system that focuses on the growth of the real economy and emphasizes the quality of growth.
The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) begins on Wednesday, and it promises to be one of the most significant political events of the year, both at home and abroad. Journalists from all over the world are flocking to Beijing so they can get as close as they can to proceedings.