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What does CYLC stand for?

CYLC stands for Communist Youth League of China (youth movement)


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Hu's power base, the Communist Youth League of China, the so-called Shanghai faction led by Jiang, and a group of privileged children of former senior party, government and military officials known as "princelings" have been engaged in backstage negotiations to appoint the next generation of leaders.
Addressing a Chinese youth delegation led by Luo Mei, Secretary, Secretariat, Central Committee, Communist Youth League of China at Rashtrapati Bhawan, Patil said: " "This demographic division has contributed immensely to the efforts that our countries are putting towards achieving developmental aspirations.
Hu's power base, the Communist Youth League of China, the so-called Shanghai faction led by Jiang, and a privileged group of the offspring of former senior party, government and military officials known as "princelings," have been engaged in backstage negotiations to appoint the next generation of leaders.
Hu's power base, the Communist Youth League of China, the so-called Shanghai faction led by Jiang, and a group of privileged children of former senior party, government and military officials known as "princelings" have been engaged in backstage negotiations to appoint the next generation of leaders.
Hu's power base, the Communist Youth League of China, the so-called Shanghai faction led by Jiang, and a group of privileged children of former senior party, government and military officials known as "princelings" have been engaged in backstage negotiations to appoint the next generation of leaders.
Hu's power base, the Communist Youth League of China, the so-called Shanghai faction led by Jiang, and a group of privileged children of former senior party, government and military officials known as "princelings" have been engaged in backstage negotiations to appoint the next generation of leaders.