The Communist Party of China will convene its twice-a-decade National Congress in Beijing, China beginning on October 16, 2022.
The National Congress and the Central Committee it elects are the highest leading bodies of the Communist Party of China.
When the National Congress is not in session, the Central Committee leads all the work of the Communist Party of China.
The CPC’s Central Committee holds the National Congress once every five years.
Functions and powers of the CPC’s National Congress include reviewing the work of CPC over the past five years, hearing and examining the reports of the CPC’s Central Committee and Central Commission for Disciplinary Inspection, setting roadmap for both the Party and government of China, discussing and deciding on major issues of the Party.
The CPC’s National Congress also revises the Party Constitution and elects new CPC central leadership.
This year, some 2,300 delegates elected by 38 electoral units across China are expected to attend the congress which comes at important time when the CPC has embarked on a new journey to build China as a modern socialist country in all respects and to realize its second centenary goal.
Source: Lao News Agency