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The Open Recruitment of Leading Cadres by the Chinese Communist Party
Open Recruitment of Leading Cadres;nomenklatura system
|Issue Date:||2019-05-08 09:43:54 (UTC+8)|
The ”System of Open Recruitment of Leading Cadres” is an important achievement of the Chinese Communist Party on the reform of the cadres and personnel. It aims to recruit people from the private sector, a process based on the need caused by leadership vacancy. After an open examination and evaluation of the qualifications, the leading cadres are chosen accordingly. This process has gone through a study period from 1984 to 1992, a period of promotion in 1992-1995, and a final period of development since 1999. In March 1999 the Chinese Communist government issued the ”Notice Concerning a Further Step of Perfecting the Open Recruitment of Leading Cadre”. The ”Temporary Outline of Examination for Nationwide Open Recruitment of Leading Cadres” was passed in March 2000. Together these laid the foundation for open recruitment of leading cadres. The Communist authorities revised and passed the ”Recruitment and Appointment of Leading Government and Party Cadres” in July 2000, adding an article on ”Open Recruitment and Employment Competition” that provides some basic rules for the process. It is under the premise that the party is responsible for the control of cadres, the Chinese Communist Party introduced open, merit-based competition into the recruitment process for leading cadres for the appointment of local officials. Local party secretaries, however, still have the final say in the appointment indicating that the Chinese Communist Party is above the government institutions at all levels and the reform itself is quite limited.
|Relation:||中國大陸研究, 47(1), 63-80|
|Appears in Collections:||[Mainland China Studies] Journal Articles|
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