The Party in Power
The Military
The Head of the State
The Organ of State Power
The State Administrative
Organ
The State Trial
Organ
The State Prosecution Organ
The Political Consultative Organ
Social Organizations

 

Structure of the State
 
The Party in Power  
The Communist Party of China (CPC) is the party in power in the country. The CPC has both central and local organizations. At the top is the Central Committee and, while when it is not in session, the Political Bureau and its Standing Committee exercise the power of the Central Committee. Both the Political Bureau and its Standing Committee are elected by the plenary session of the Central Committee.

The CPC is a unified entity organized according to its program, constitution and the principle of democratic centralism. The Constitution of the Communist Party of China stipulates that any Chinese worker, farmer, member of the armed forces, intellectual and any advanced element of other social strata who has reached the age of 18 and who accepts the program and constitution of the CPC and is willing to join and work in one of the Party organizations, carry out the PartyŠŐ» decisions and pay membership dues regularly may apply for membership in the CPC.

The Central Organizations of the CPC
Chart of the Central Organizations of the CPC

 

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