The Chinese Communist Party's third plenum that ended yesterday focused on reforms to improve party and state governing institutions, in a departure from past plenary sessions that stressed economic reform and development.
The meeting also adopted lists of proposed candidates for state leadership positions - such as president, vice-president and Cabinet ministers - as well as leaders of the top political advisory body, the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
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