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Officialdom is in trouble and Xi personally “puts out the fire” Experts: It doesn’t help | Xi Jinping | Anti-corruption

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Officialdom is in trouble and Xi personally “puts out the fire” Experts: It doesn’t help | Xi Jinping | Anti-corruption

Xi Jinping Urges Anti-Corruption Campaign in Recent Speech

In a recent article published by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) media, a speech given by CCP leader Xi Jinping last year emphasized the importance of not fearing his anti-corruption campaign. Experts believe that Xi’s message indicates his dissatisfaction with the conduct of party cadres, while also highlighting the party’s unease with his leadership.

The article, published on the CCP’s “Qiushi” website on March 15, revealed excerpts from Xi Jinping’s speech at the Second Plenary Session of the 20th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection on January 9, 2023. In the speech, Xi emphasized the need for cadres to exercise enthusiasm, initiative, and creativity, rather than being stifled by fear of strict discipline.

However, experts like Ding Shufan, an honorary professor at Taiwan’s National Chengchi University, doubt the effectiveness of Xi’s personal lectures in improving cadre performance. Shufan believes that without specific standards and guidelines, cadres will only pay lip service to Xi’s directives, rather than implementing real change.

The article also highlighted Xi’s concerns about internal party dynamics, including the formation of cliques within the CCP. Lai Rongwei, CEO of the Taiwan Inspirational Association, suggested that Xi’s worries may stem from increasing opposition to the CCP, as well as factionalism within the party.

Since Xi’s re-election for a third term at the 20th National Congress, the CCP has introduced new Party Disciplinary Punishment Regulations, targeting violations of political discipline such as forming secret groups or factions within the party. Despite ongoing efforts to strengthen party governance, doubts remain about the efficacy of Xi’s leadership approach.

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Looking ahead, the CCP is expected to intensify its anti-corruption efforts, focusing on sectors like finance, energy, medicine, and state-owned enterprises. However, concerns persist about the prioritization of security over economic development under Xi’s administration.

As the CCP grapples with internal challenges and external pressures, the efficacy of Xi Jinping’s governance model remains a topic of debate among experts and observers. With cadres caught between bureaucratic inertia and security concerns, the future trajectory of the party’s leadership and policies remains uncertain.

[Editor in charge: Sun Yun]

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