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Zhong Yuan: What is the Party Central Committee afraid of when the CCP’s inspection regulations change? | Politburo | Xi Jinping | Corruption

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Zhong Yuan: What is the Party Central Committee afraid of when the CCP’s inspection regulations change? | Politburo | Xi Jinping | Corruption

The Latest CCP Regulations Tighten Grip on Power, Protect Xi Jinping’s Core Status

On February 8, 2024, Xi Jinping’s image was played on the big screen at the entrance of the China Securities Regulatory Commission building. On the same day, the CCP issued the latest revised “Regulations on Inspection Work of the Communist Party of China.”

The recently released revised version of the “Regulations on Inspection Work of the Communist Party of China” sets forth the directives to “keep an eye on power” and “strengthen political supervision”; the “fundamental task” is to safeguard Xi Jinping’s core. A large amount of the original anti-corruption content has been deleted, raising concerns about the direction of the Communist Party of China. The revised “Regulations” were adopted at the Politburo meeting of the Communist Party of China on January 31, issued on February 8, and officially made public after the Chinese New Year.

The new “Regulations” highlight that the functions of the CCP’s Discipline Inspection Commission have been completely transformed, becoming a personal tool for the party leader to suppress officials at all levels. The primary task is to maintain Xi Jinping’s core status and authority, indicating a clear shift in priorities within the party.

Additionally, the new “Regulations” only retain the anti-corruption statement, but delete specific corruption phenomena such as “abuse of power for personal gain, corruption and bribery”, signaling a significant weakening in the party’s commitment to tackling corruption.

Furthermore, the term “arbitrary” has been deleted from the new “Regulations”, which raises questions about the party’s commitment to discipline and orderliness within its own ranks.

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The release of the revised “Regulations” is seen as a move by the “Party Central Committee” to exert tight control and consolidate power, especially in the face of internal strife and challenges to the authority of the party and its leaders.

The new “Regulations” have sparked concerns about the future trajectory of the Communist Party of China and its ability to effectively govern and lead the country. With the removal of key anti-corruption measures and the emphasis on political supervision and loyalty to Xi Jinping, the party’s priorities and focus have shifted, raising questions about the party’s commitment to good governance and accountability.

It remains to be seen how the release of the revised “Regulations” will impact the political landscape within China and the future of the Communist Party of China.

The Epoch Times will continue to monitor and report on developments related to the new “Regulations” and their implications for the party and the country at large.

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