Chart: Xi’s New Committees
According to a plan drawn up in March, President Xi Jinping is now overseeing six new or revised committees that span a range of economic and political domains.
The newest of the six — the Central Committee for Comprehensive Law-Based Governance — held its first meeting Friday, with Xi at the helm.
The agency’s mandate is to “tackle major legislature issues and uphold justice” in the world’s most populous country.
A second agency — the Xi-led Central Committee for Auditing — began operations in late May.
The other four committees — for deepening overall reform, financial and economic affairs, cyberspace affairs and foreign affairs — are variations of four previous leading groups that Xi oversaw.
Soon, a central leading group for education will be formed in accordance with the March plan.
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