The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China met in Beijing on Monday for its 6th plenum. The meeting was opened by Xi Jinping in his function as General Secretary of the CP. As reported by state news agency Xinhua, Xi first presented a Politburo work report at Beijing’s Jingxi Hotel. He then outlined a draft “historic resolution” to be adopted during the four-day meeting. This is intended to pay tribute to “the major achievements and historical experience” in the party’s history.
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