Communist Party of China in Brief (4)

(People's Daily Online)

15:59, March 29, 2013

4. Organization

4.1 Central Organizations of the Party

4.1.1 The National Congress of the Party and The Central Committee of the Party.

The highest leading body of the Party is the National Congress and the Central Committee elected by it. The Central Committee is responsible, and report their work to the National Congress.

The National Congress of the Party is held once every five years and convened by the Central Committee. It may be convened before the normally scheduled date if the Central Committee deems it necessary or if more than one-third of the organizations at the provincial level so request. Except under extraordinary circumstances, the Congress may not be postponed.

The current Central Committee near the end of its term shall determine the number of delegates to the next National Congress of the Party and the procedure governing their election.

The Central Committee of the Party is elected for a term of five years.

The functions and powers of the National Congress of the Party are as follows:

To hear and examine the reports of the Central Committee;

To hear and examine the reports of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection:

To discuss and decide on major questions concerning the Party;

To revise the Constitution of the Party;

To elect the Central Committee;

To elect the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.

When the National Congress is not in session, the Central Committee carries out its decisions, directs the entire work of the Party and represents the Communist Party of China in its external relations.

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