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Thursday, 28 December 2017

China's first constitutional change since 2004 may give Xi Jinping even more power

The change could clear the way for the creation of a National Supervision Commission (NSC), a country-wide anti-corruption task force with sweeping new powers, though some havespeculated there could also be a move to abolish term-limits on the Presidency, allowing Xi to serve on past 2022.
This comes on the back of a move by Xi this week to shore up his command of the country's armed forces by moving control of paramilitary police from the government to the CCP.Chinese President Xi Jinping had a good 2017, but 2018 may be looking even better.
The ruling Communist Party (CCP) will discuss changing the country's constitution for the first time since 2004next month, with analysts predicting Xi will further cement his grip on power.
The change could clear the way for the creation of a National Supervision Commission (NSC), a country-wide anti-corruption task force with sweeping new powers, though some havespeculated there could also be a move to abolish term-limits on the Presidency, allowing Xi to serve on past 2022.
This comes on the back of a move by Xi this week to shore up his command of the country's armed forces by moving control of paramilitary police from the government to the CCP.

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