Three Top Members of Standing Commitee to Lead Commission
The National Security Commission of the Communist Party will be led by three of the top members of the Political Bureau Standing Committee that is underscoring the authority of the new group that monitors foreign and domestic security issues. President Xi Jinping will be leading the commission along with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and the city’s top legislator Zhang Dejiang.
The commission will take charge in making overall plans along with coordinating several major issues and work that concerns national security. The new security agency is not considered as a government body and will report directly to the commission and the Standing Committee. The three top figures namely Xi, Li and Zhang create the structure that will try their best to avoid a conflict with the current national Standing Committee system. Xi also chairs the group for overall reform, namely the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China.
The reform group was created to lead the work that will comprehensively deepen reforms and will be in charge of designing the reform on an overall basis and at the same time arrange and coordinate reform. The group will also push forward the reforms as a whole and will supervise the implementation of the reform plans.
The group will be in charge of the research and decision on major guidelines, schemes and policies for a systematic reform in economic, cultural, political, environmental and social sectors and the Party system as well.