What can we expect from the CCP's plenum session?
Top members of China's Communist Party are holding their last meeting today, ahead of a power transition next week.
The plenum, or plenary session, of the 17th Communist Party Central Committee will be held behind closed doors, and could last up to four days.
It will be closely watched for clues on next week's pivotal congress.
For more on what to expect at the plenum, and what this will mean for the once-in-a-decade congress, I spoke to elite chinese politics analyst Dr Bo Zhiyue.
Dr Bo is a Senior Research Fellow at the East Asian Institute.
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