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|Title:||The rise and rise of the United Front Work Department under Xi|
|Citation:||China Brief, 2018; 18(7):-|
|Abstract:||The March meeting of China’s two national level parliaments, the National People’s Congress and the Chinese Peoples’ Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), was notable for more than just formalizing the abolition of term limits for state president. It also signaled the end of much of the pretense of separation between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and key government institutions, including the three government departments responsible for ethnic affairs, religion and Overseas Chinese affairs, whose functions will now be largely subsumed by the CCP’s own United Front Work Department (UFWD).|
|Keywords:||China, United Front Work Department, Chinese Communist Party, religion, minorities, Overseas Chinese|
|Description:||Article is on pp. 14-17 of the pdf.|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Asian Studies publications|
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