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Chinese KMT Revolutionary Committee Central Committee meets

( Xinhua )

Updated: 2012-11-26

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The Eleventh Central Committee of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang (RCCK), held its sixth plenary session here on Friday, reviewing the recently concluded National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

Also, reports and documents relating to the 12th RCCK national congress were reviewed and submitted at the two-day session.

Zhou Tienong, chairman of the Central Committee of the RCCK, said 2012 will witness the reshuffle of the RCCK central committee as well as committees at provincial level.

Zhou said the RCCK has this year organized various exchange activities with Taiwan, contributing to the development of cross-Straits relations, urging the party to carry on political consultation and social services in 2013, and make greater contribution to the reunification of the country.

The RCCK, one of China's eight non-communist parties, was officially founded on Jan 1, 1948. It had 101,865 members in 4,248 party organizations by the end of June, 2012. It is organized into 267 municipal-level party committees.