CCP manages everything, and more than one million private enterprises set up “CCP organizations”


“Free Asia Radio” quoted the CCP’s “People’s Daily” online version on the 16th long article reported that as of the end of last year, there were 1.585 million private enterprises in China have been established CCP organization.

The article said that there are more than 32 million private enterprises, more than 76 million tiny commercial households in China. Chinese private enterprises contribute more than 50% of the tax revenue, more than 60% of the GDP, more than 70% of the technological innovations, above 80% of the urban labor employment, and about 90% number of the enterprises.

As for the question of why the CCP authorities suddenly decided that private enterprises need to set up party organizations in recent years, Pan Jinxi, a former mainland private entrepreneur living in the United States, said that since some of the private enterprises such as Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu is becoming influential in China, the CCP feels out of control and needs to manage those enterprises quickly at present.

Pan Jinxi said, “The strong development of China’s private enterprises is unfavorable to its (CCP) rule. Although private entrepreneurs do not want to see the establishment of party organizations within their enterprises, their wiling’s may lead to their families broken.”

Chinese media person in the United States, China’s current affairs commentator Xie Xuanjun said that Chinese private enterprises development relying on the collusion between government and business. Those who do not engage in collusion cannot long-term existence even if a company is established.

Xie Junjun said that China’s current practice against private enterprises is very similar to that of Nazi Germany in the 1930s and 1940s when it came to state capitalism. Some people describe this as a second public-private joint venture, because companies like Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu, their bosses are removed from the office.

However, Xie Junjun pointed out that it is impossible for China to completely return to the public ownership of the Mao Zedong era. “China’s current trend is similar to that of Nazi Germany’s state capitalism. Private enterprises exist nominally, but the government can order anything they want to private companies.”

The article of the People’s Daily argued that party building is a healthy development for enterprises, enabling enterprises could be better managed by law and virtue, besides incorruptible construction.

In this regard, the original mainland private entrepreneur Pan Jinxi pointed out that it is the existence of CCP party organizations and party members that has caused many corruptions related to private enterprises.

He said that the Deng Xiaoping era let a large amount of workers in state-owned enterprises were unemployed. If any one of them wanted to open a company, the government would send the loan to the door. “But government officials use the tax issue to collect a lot of bribes from the company, which leads to the corruption.”

Free Asia Radio quoted According to Bloomberg News, China’s invisible capital flight has risen sharply in the first half of this year, revealing that Chinese citizens invisibly transferring their capital to overseas are increasing. Then, China’s capital outflows have intensified. Is it related to the CCP’s intensified control of private enterprises and entrepreneurs’ fear of being publicized? This is for further observation.

Anti-Party, anti-socialist and other public officials will be expelled

On the 8th, the CCP’s National People’s Congress published the full text of the draft, which stipulates that public statements against the leadership of the CCP, the anti-socialist system, and opposition to reform and opening up will be expelled.

Chapter 3 of the draft clarifies that the publication of articles, speeches, declarations, statements, etc. which against the constitutional ideology established by the Constitution, against the leadership of the CCP, against the socialist system, and against the opening up reform, shall be expelled.

In addition, the provisions of the draft are not limited to national civil servants. Article 26 stipulates that if public officials such as public institutions or state-owned enterprise personnel have committed illegal acts, the unit or the supervisory authority shall give warnings, records, or serious demerit record. If the circumstances are serious, the labor and personnel relations shall be terminated.

Analysis: Xi believes that the CCP’s death precursor problem is severe

Chinese human rights lawyer Zhu Shengwu told the Epoch Times that the CCP’s draft will soon become a law involving various fields. But whether this law will extend to private enterprises and ordinary people, Zhu Shengwu believes that there are already enough so-called laws for ordinary people, including regulations on public security management.

“The most abused now is the crime of provocation. The Communist Party uses this to promote political intimidation and persecution. Local governments use this law to persecute people who are dissatisfied with local governments and local officials. It’s common from the central to the local.”

Zhu Shengwu said that the law on the disciplinary action of public officials (the draft) legalized the regulations governing party discipline was a retrogression of the rule of law. He said that in the Mao era, the government and the party were completely mixed together. On that period, the local government called the certain revolutionary committee. The government is CCP and CCP is the government. In the so-called reform era of the 1980s, the CCP began to separate government and enterprises (governments and enterprises), CCP and government (party and government) separated. In 2013, CCP and government integration began to be re-introduced. After 2017, the CCP began to implement the national governance model of party and government integration on a large scale.

“Party and government integration means that the party and the government do not separate themselves. The public service law of the public officials is a further manifestation of this model. It is to transform the Communist Party’s rules and regulations and its illegal family rules into so-called legal provisions. After the legislation, expand to all public officials.”

Zhu Shengwu said that the CCP has two purposes in doing so. First, it shows the international community that it is improving the legal system and maintaining international appeasement. Second, it provides legal basis and justification for political persecution of CCP officials, and alleviates the psychological pressure and resistance when political persecution by Chinese officials.

“For example, the ‘retention’ (in the case of arrest) carried out by the Supervisory Committee in 2017 replaced the ‘double regulations’ because the Communist Party had used the rules of the party constitution on non-party members on a large scale before the establishment of the supervisory committee. This legalization of the abduction of non-party members by means of illegal and criminal activities has led to the establishment of a supervisory committee that stipulates in law that all public officials and those who are considered public officials can be placed (ie, double-regulated).”

Zhu Shengwu said that Chinese society is ruled by man, and the CCP itself can arbitrarily change the law. “What the CCP said is the law. Just like the establishment of the National Supervision Committee, the Constitution must be amended first, but they have begun to set up the Supervision Committee without modifying the Constitution.”


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