Is China Bidding Farewell to Separation of Party and Government?

Poster:Post date:2017-11-08
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(The Diplomat, By Charlotte Gao) In an article published by Wang Qishan, a very high-level CCP official who has held high-level positions in the government, Wang described the separation of Party and state as one of the primary issues that undermined CCP leadership in recent years. He has earlier described the split as nonexistent, preferring to think of it solely as a division of functions. The idea of the separation of Party and government was first launched at the 13th Party Congress under Deng Xiaoping.  
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