「中國公民監政會」發起人 郭永豐：「 中共不管他東改西改，也就是變花樣，變甚麼花樣就是換湯不換藥。怎麼換本質是沒變，腐敗分子反腐敗肯定沒用，怎麼變有甚麼意義。」
採訪/劉惠 編輯/許旻 後製/周天
Hu Jintao may not become military leader; State Council will
reduce agency number by 1/3, says unconfirmed Internet news
Recently an unconfirmed list of politburo members of
18th Congress and a draft plan of ministry reform was widely spread on the Internet,
which became another hot topic on the unsettled
personnel arrangement of the 18th Congress.
According to the list, Xi Jinping will serve as the new
Chairman of the Central Military Commission.
At the same time, the draft plan on ministry reform
revealed the State Council will reduce the number of its departments and agencies by one third, i.e. from 27 to 18.
Some outsiders speculate that such reform is possibly the
last significant move of Wen Jiabao before he steps down.
There are also remarks pointing out that there is no use
of any kind of reform if the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime won't change.
According to an unconfirmed list of politburo members
of the 18th Congress by Boxun.com,
Xi Jinping will become the new President and Chairman
of the Central Military Commission.
Li Yuanchao will be the vice president and first-ranked
member of Secretariat of the CCP's Central Committee.
Li Keqiang will be the premier and Wang Yang will be the
Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
And Yu Zhengsheng will serve as
Chairman of Standing Committee,
Zhang Dejiang as Chairman of
People's Political Consultative Conference.
Wang Qishan will be Deputy Premier of the State Council.
The list also includes Liu Yandong, Zhang Gaoli,
Meng Jianzhu, Liu Yuan, Ling Jihua, Hu Chunhua as the new politburo members of the 18th Congress.
Such personnel arrangements are completely different
from a previous prediction which said Hu Jintao will stay as Chairman of the Central Military Commission.
History professor and moderator of the Social Democratic
Party of China Central Committee Liu Yinquan believes that
Hu must be satisfied with the new CCP leader group
if he doesn't attempt to be re-elected;
He doesn't want a bad reputation of clinging to power
like Jiang Zemin.
(Liu Yinquan, moderator of the Social Democratic Party of
China Central Committee): “He (Hu Jintao) wants to distance
himself from Jiang Zemin who had a considerably negative
effect both inside and outside China.
Jiang insisted on staying as the military leader for another
two years. There are numerous criticisms on Jiang's act.
Therefore Hu might learn from this and
won't succeed himself as Chairman of the Central Military Commission.”
Some sources also revealed on foreign websites that
the State Council will merge many of the
current 27 governmental departments or agencies.
Some will become company of civil groups according
to their functions and others will be merged into other departments as an administrative body.
E.g. the National Development and Reform Commission
will lose part of its approval powers.
The Ministry of Science and Technology will be merged
into Ministry of Education,
the Ministry of Railways merged into
the Ministry of Transport,
National Population and Family Planning Commission
merged into the Ministry of Health,
the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office and
the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office merged into the State Ethnic Affairs Commission.
The People's Bank of China will no longer be subject
to the State Council and
become an independent governmental agency of
the same rank as the Supreme People's Procuratorate and the Supreme People's Court.
Among the anticipated changes, the adjustment on the
Ministry of State Security has drawn most attention.
It will be relegated to a department affiliated to
the State Council as “State General Administration of State Security”.
Liu Yinquan casts doubt on such prediction because he
doesn't believe that the CCP would weaken the ministry.
(Liu Yinquan):”Under the current CCP's regime,
it will try its best to strengthen its governance and hold its power.
To compete with the United States and other countries, it is
not possible for it to weaken the intelligence department.”
A discussion draft on such super ministry reform
the reform mainly aimed at making governmental
functions focus more on social service and
administration and macroeconomic control
on the market economy.
The reform will try to solve the problem of power
overlapping between different governmental departments and agencies and enhance administrative efficacy.
It is speculated this reform may be the last significant
move of Wen Jiabao before he leaves.
However, many civilians said they wouldn't expect
much from the reform.
(Guo Yongfeng, founder of Chinese Citizen Monitoring
Association):”Whatever kind of reforms the CCP carries out,
they are all superficial which will never change its evil nature.
Corruptionists will never really suppress corruptions
so there is no use to all those changes.”
Guo Yongfeng remarked that the CCP leaders
had refused to be monitored by the Chinese people or declare their wealth;
they even attempted to pass the power
to their descendants generation after generation.
However, the good news is that many Chinese civilians
have been awakened and refused to trust the CCP anymore.