China’s New National Security Commission

The CCP CC Politburo on Jan 24, 2014 formally approved the establishment of China’s new national security commission as decided at the Party's Third Plenum in November 2013. President Xi Jinping was appointed head of the commission, while Premier Li Keqiang and NPC Chairman Zhang Dejiang, are Xi Jinping’s deputies.

Quoting sources, Japan's Asahi Shimbun said the National Security Commission will focus on thwarting “unconventional” threats against the Chinese Communist Party’s rule, such as terrorism and the influence of Western ideologies.

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