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Heads of state[edit]

Some changes I might suggest to the new article for Heads of State of the People's Republic of China that is currently in your User:Rgr09/sandbox.

  • In each section, I think we should have a one paragraph lead explaining the Changes in power and thus official roles, that the new constitutions brought in.
  • In 1981 Soong was honorary president but was she head of state? Also doesn't that contradict the lead where it says, "None of these offices have been purely ceremonial." as Soong position then was not an active one and had no real power associated with it.
  • Remember to bold heads of state of the People's Republic of China in the first sentence.
  • Add an explanation of Mao's role through the 1960's and 70's as although he was not president, he was Chairman of the CCCPC right up until his death.

-- Rincewind42 (talk) 03:25, 27 November 2013 (UTC)

The newly-established Central National Security Commission[edit]

Question (since you seem to know much about China), do you know if this is a state or party organ? --TIAYN (talk) 09:06, 30 January 2014 (UTC)

After creation of the Commission was announced at the 3rd Plenum in November, there was much speculation about whether it would be a state or party organ (a fine and perhaps not very important distinction). The latest official announcement I have found is here (dated 1/24/14), and it makes it clear that this is a party organ; Xi Jinping will chair, with Li Keqiang and Zhang Dejiang as cochairs. Number of standing and regular members TBA.
"[The Commission] will function as the Party Central's policy-making and "coordinating body" for matters relating to national security work, reporting to the Politburo and the Politburo Standing Committee, and providing overall planning and coordination for important national security issues and work."
"Coordinating body" is a technical term here, and is used for State Council organs such as the National Defense Mobilization Commission, etc., which have to deal with issues involving more than one state organ; such bodies are able to promulgate "temporary" administrative rules. Rgr09 (talk) 13:29, 30 January 2014 (UTC)