China names conservative, older leadership

Nov 15 2012, 14:26 IST
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China's Vice Premier Wang Qishan (Reuters) China's Vice Premier Wang Qishan (Reuters)
SummaryIt appears unlikely that new leaders will take drastic action to tackle social unrest, graft issues.

environmental degradation, there may also be cautious efforts to answer calls for more political reform, though nobody seriously expects a move towards full democracy.

The party could introduce experimental measures to broaden inner-party democracy - in other words, encouraging greater debate within the party - but stability remains a top concern and one-party rule will be safeguarded.

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