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\ Requesting an official post, honour or special treatment Requesting an official post, honour or special treatment\is not allowed under any circumstances, it said.\ The communique also underscored that the practice of\bargaining with party organisations to secure a promotion or\disobeying any decisions made by party organisations is also\forbidden.\ The selection and appointment of officials should not be\contaminated by outside interference or misconduct, it said.\Ahead of the sixth plenary, official media said the partyeeded a strong leader like Mao, and Xi fitted the bill\speculating that the collective leadership may be dispensed\away with.\ The plenum which concluded its four day meeting here\today said members should resolutely safeguard the authority\of the CPC and its central, unified leadership while pushing\forward the comprehensive and strict governance of the party.\ The communique also urged them to become more aware of\the need to uphold political integrity, keep in mind the\bigger picture, follow the CPC as the core of the Chinese\leadership and act consistently with CPC Central Committee\policy.\ \\"Together we must build a clean and righteous political\environment, and ensure that the party unites and leads the\people to continuously open up new prospects for socialism\with Chinese characteristics,\\" it said.\ Plenary is a key body of the CPC which formulate polices\to be approved by National Congress held every five years. \ The 19th Communist Party of China (CPC)  National\Congress will be held in the second half of 2017 in Beijing\the CPC communique said. \ The 18th Congress held in 2012 elected Xi and Premier Li\Kequiang who would have ten year tenure. \ The Congress to be held next year was expected to elect\five new members to the Standing Committee to replace those\who are set to retire. Only Xi and Li were expected to\continue.\ The Plenum also endorsed the expulsion of former party\chief of Liaoning Province and senior national legislator Wang\Min and former Beijing deputy party chief Lyu Xiwen.\ It also confirmed the expulsion of former senior military\officials Fan Changmi and Niu Zhizhong.\ They were expelled as as part of massive anti-corruption\campaign carried out by Xi after he took over as CPC head.\ Over 1.01 million officials of the 88.75 million-strong\CPC were punished in the anti-graft campaign amid allegations\that Xi has also used it to consolidate his hold on the party.\PTI KJV KUN AKJ\AKJ\

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