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Beijing Authorities Tighten Grip as National People’s Congress Approaches

Voice of Hope, February 29, 2024 (Interview and report by our reporter Wang Xiao)

With the National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference on the horizon, the Beijing authorities are exhibiting increasingly concerning behavior. On February 26, the Chinese Communist Party’s media highlighted the issue of “written performance reports” for the third time. This entails high-ranking officials submitting reports to Xi Jinping, emphasizing his central authority within the party.

Jonathan Liu, a professor at a Canadian public college, noted that these reports symbolize Xi Jinping’s attempt to assert his dominance and remind officials that he is the ultimate authority to whom they must remain loyal.

Since assuming full power, Xi Jinping has implemented significant institutional reforms that have curtailed the functions of various government bodies, consolidating power under the “Party Central Committee,” effectively led by Xi Jinping himself.

Li Yuanhua, a scholar in Australia, highlighted Xi’s desire to centralize power and ensure unwavering allegiance from officials. This trend is seen as a shift towards a dictatorial regime where Xi Jinping commands absolute authority.

The recent revision of the “Regulations on Inspection Work of the Communist Party of China” underscores the party’s emphasis on political supervision to safeguard Xi Jinping’s core status and unified leadership. The inspections primarily focus on officials’ loyalty to Xi Jinping rather than issues of corruption and mismanagement.

Jonathan Liu expressed concerns over Xi Jinping’s tactics, describing them as a way to consolidate power and suppress dissent within the party. The centralization of power under Xi Jinping’s leadership has led to a diminished role for other Politburo Standing Committee members, with many now reporting directly to Xi Jinping.

This tightened grip on power has sparked criticism and raised alarm among observers, who fear the implications of one-man rule on the future of China’s governance. The increased centralization of authority under Xi Jinping has raised concerns about the lack of checks and balances within the Chinese political system.

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As the National People’s Congress approaches, the actions of the Beijing authorities continue to raise questions about the direction of governance in China under Xi Jinping’s leadership. Critics worry that the concentration of power in Xi Jinping’s hands may undermine the principles of accountability and transparency within the party.

In this climate of uncertainty and growing control, voices of dissent become ever more crucial in shaping the future of China. The need for continued dissemination of the truth and support for those advocating for change remains imperative in the face of increasing authoritarianism.

Editor in charge: Lin Li

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