China Association for Promoting Democracy
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The China Association for Promoting Democracy (Chinese: 中国民主促进会; pinyin: Zhōngguó Mínzhǔ Cùjìnhuì) is one of the eight legally recognised minor political parties in the People's Republic of China that follow the direction of the Chinese Communist Party and is a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. It was formed on 30 December 1945, and mainly represents high-level intellectuals engaged in education and cultural publishing media. It holds seats in the National People's Congress of China.
|Founded||30 December 1945|
|Newspaper||Democracy Monthly (民主)|
|Ideology||Socialism with Chinese characteristics|
|National affiliation||United Front|
|National People's Congress|
55 / 2,980
|Standing Committee of NPC|
7 / 175
|China Association for Promoting Democracy|
|Zhuang||Cunghgoz Minzcuj Coicaenh Hoih|
|Mongolian Cyrillic||Дундад улсын ардчилал ийнор ахиулах эвлэл|
|Uyghur||جۇڭگو دېموكراتىيىنى ئىلگىرى سۈرۈش جەمئىيىتى|
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