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What's the difference between motions from CPPCC members and bills from deputies of people's congress

Motions from CPPCC members differ from bills of people's congress deputies. The people's congress is a body of power. A bill has legal effect once it has been adopted. The CPPCC is an organization of the patriotic united front of the Chinese people. Motions from CPPCC members are only a form of democratic supervision. They are not legally binding. In addition, deputies of people's congress can only put forward bills during the plenary sessions, while CPPCC members enjoy the freedom of forwarding motions at any time, whether the CPPCC is in session or not.

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