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Chinese Communist Party Regulations on Openness in Party Affairs (For Trial Implementation)

The text of the Chinese Communist Party Regulations on Openness in Party Affairs was published on December 25, 2017. What follows is a full text English translation of this extremely important document.

Unofficial Translation

Chinese Communist Party Regulations on Openness in Party Affairs

(For Trial Implementation)

Chapter I. General Principles

Article 1. The Present Regulations are enacted according to the Constitution of the Communist Party of China, in order to implement the spirit of the 19th Party Congress; promote the overall development of comprehensively strictly ruling the Party; strengthen and standardize openness in Party affairs; develop democracy within the Party; strengthen supervision within the Party; allow all Party members to better understand Party affairs and participate in them; mobilize and organize the People’s masses to implement the Party’s theory, line, and policy; improve the Party governing capability and level of leadership.

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Opinions of the State Council on Promoting Open Government Information in the Approval and Implementation of Major Construction Projects

国务院办公厅关于推进重大建设项目批准和实施领域政府信息公开的意见

国办发〔2017〕94号

各省、自治区、直辖市人民政府,国务院各部委、各直属机构:

按照党中央、国务院决策部署和《中共中央办公厅 国务院办公厅印发〈关于全面推进政务公开工作的意见〉的通知》等文件要求,为进一步推进重大建设项目批准和实施领域政府信息公开,经国务院同意,现提出以下意见。

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Special Feature: The 10 Most Pressing Issues in Social Credit Systems

As a special feature of the China Social Credit System Blog, this week leading scholars and experts from PennState, the Foundation for Law and International Affairs, and the Coalition for Peace and Ethics present their comments on the most pressing issues about social credit. These are questions of global relevance that deserve to be examined within a context beyond China, and the more limited field of area studies. An initial reflection on issues surrounding social credit in general, and the Chinese project on social credit, can be found on the ‘Law at the End of the Day’ Blog. This post elaborates and expands upon the views expressed therein.




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