Governance That Works
The NPC not only serves as China's top legislature, but also elects China's head of state, approves the Central Government's budget and oversees the operations of the State Council, the country's cabinet, as well as its top judicial bodies
People's Democracy

China's people's congress system was established in 1954. On September 15 that year, the First NPC convened its First Plenary Session, declaring the official formation of the system. After 60 years of development, the system has evolved into a mature legislative mechanism, governing the country's socialist democracy.

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The National People's Congress
The National People's Congress (NPC) is the highest organ of state power of the People's Republic of China. Its main functions and powers include formulation of laws, delegating authority, policy formulation, and supervision of other governing organs
Election of NPC Deputies
Deputies to the National People's Congress are members of the highest organ of state power in China and are elected in accordance with law
Six Decades of the People's Congress System
The system has witnessed increasing advancements in terms of legal system, electoral system, and deputy diversity and constantly moved towards democracy and the rule of law
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