Opinion: A corruption scandal in China’s national congress shows the institution’s lack of relevance and need for reform
"True reform would move beyond punishing corrupt office-holders, and would instead focus on a wide-ranging package of structural reforms that would strengthen the NPC’s capacity, its institutional autonomy, and its ability to truly represent the Chinese people," writes Thomas Kellogg. "Alas, that is unlikely."
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