Speaking at the roundtable here on China today and tomorrow: role of Communist Party of China, organized by the Institute of Policy Studies, the speakers said that Pak-China relations have not only sustained even, in changes of governments but the ups and downs in the regional and global situation.
What does PC stand for?
PC stands for Communist Party (Chile)
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- Planning, Building and Zoning (various local governments)
- Privredna Banka Zagreb (Croatian: Economy Bank Zagreb)
- Pyribenzamine (Tripelennamine)
- Peroxybenzoyl Nitrate
- Preventie Beleid Zware Ongevallen (Dutch: Heavy Accident Prevention Policy)
- Peripheral-Type Benzodiazepine Receptor
- Peripheral Benzodiazepine Binding Sites
- (USN Rating) Postal Clerk
- Air Fiji Ltd (IATA airline code)
- Coastal Patrol (Ship, US Navy)
- Disney's Pop Century Resort
- La Presse Canadienne (Canadian Press News Service)
- Pachyonychia Congenita
- Pacific Coast Railroad
- Pacific Comics (comic book publisher)
- Pacific Commission (formerly South Pacific Commission)
- Pacific Crest (Drum and Bugle Corps; Diamond Bar, CA)
- Pacing Count
- Package Coordinator
- Packbell Computer
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Rapid social and economic changes have made China "prone to corruption" and the ruling Communist Party faces a major challenge stamping out deep-rooted official graft, an official said Wednesday.
Twelve Sudanese journalists covering a a meeting at the opposition communist party headquarters were among 16 people arrested in Khartoum, a party spokesman said on Thursday.
The coalition's leading member, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) or CPI(M) saw its seat share plunge from 35 to just 15 in West Bengal where it was, until recently, considered an unassailable force.
The communist party "uses huge expenditure of funds to suppress ordinary citizens and even extend their dark hands overseas," he said.
There is a good reason for this, of course – the continuing determination of the Communist party to retain monopoly control of politics (and the history that goes with it).
Today, the Communist Party still controls China, yet the country's people are anything but locked in place.
This was long overdue, since Italy, which had the largest Communist Party of any country in Western Europe, has included open communists and ex-communists in many of its top government posts.