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central committee

Central Arbitration Committee

Central Arbitration Committee

Central Arbitration Committee

Central Arbitration Committee

Central Arbitration Committee

Central Arbitration Committee

Central Arbitration Committee

The Central Committee's Ninth Plenum

Exploring policy advisory committees in the central government

ZHAO ZIYANG (1919 - 2005), General Secretary, Central Committee, Chinese Communist Party, 1987–89

JOHNSTON, Callum William (born 1946), Secretary and Chief Executive, Central Arbitration Committee, 1999–2002

HALL, Joan Valerie (born 1935), Member, Central Transport Consultative Committee, 1981–86

OWEN, David John (1874 - 1941), Chairman of Anglesey and Caernarvonshire Agricultural Wages Committee; Member of Central Advisory Water Committee

Harold James. Making the European Monetary Union: The Role of the Committee of Central Bank Governors and the Origins of the European Central Bank.

Lee), Janet Bevan; (Jennie (1904 - 1988), PC 1966; Director of Tribune; Member of Central Advisory Committee on Housing; Member, National Executive Committee, Labour Party, 1958–70 (Chairman, 1967–68)

MACARTHUR, Mary Reid (1880 - 1921), Secretary, Women’s Trade Union League and National Federation of Women Workers; Hon. Secretary Central Committee on Women’s Employment; Member, National Insurance Advisory Committee

PATRICK, Margaret Kathleen (1923 - 2003), District/Superintendent Physiotherapist, Central Birmingham Health Authority (Teaching) (formerly United Birmingham Hospitals Hospital Management Committee), 1951–88, retired

COX, Dennis George (1914 - 2007), Under-Secretary (Industrial Relations), Department of Employment, 1971–74; a Deputy Chairman, Central Arbitration Committee, 1977–84

 

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The centre of power in a Communist Party run on the Leninist principle of democratic centralism. Each level of the party controls the personnel of the level below, and each level is bound to obey the rulings of the level above. Thus a majority in the central committee is enough to commit the whole party at every level.

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