Housing Policy and Practice in China by Ya Ping Wang, Alan Murie (auth.)

By Ya Ping Wang, Alan Murie (auth.)

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In China because of the dominant role of the CCP, other parties (eight of them legally exist) only have consultative roles. They do not form an opposition and were all allies of the CCP during the early years of struggle. These so called democratic parties make suggestions or criticize government policies through the People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). The other way for them to influence the government is through their representatives on the National and Local People's Congresses.

They do not form an opposition and were all allies of the CCP during the early years of struggle. These so called democratic parties make suggestions or criticize government policies through the People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). The other way for them to influence the government is through their representatives on the National and Local People's Congresses. These parties' role is affected by the CCP's influence on their own organization and leadership. During the Cultural Revolution those parties' consultative role was ignored and their activities were banned.

The majority of inland cities Social, Economic and Political Context 25 retained their traditional structure and life style. The lives of the vast majority of farmers in rural areas were not dramatically changed. Large scale industrialization and urbanization was not started in China as a whole until after World War II and the establishment of the new Communist government. However the long pre-industrial urbanization history, with its contradictions between the coast and interior, is extremely significant in any explanation of current settlement patterns, urban change and housing.

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