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Grassroots Communist Party Organizations Cover the Tibet

On June 10, 2011, the Chinese Communist Party’s Organization Department of the Tibet Autonomous Region announced that CCP organizations have been established in each of the 5,200 administrative villages, a complete coverage of the region’s countryside. 

According to the Organization Department, they have actively developed a cadre team and by the end of 2010, the team had 109,000 members, of which 77,000 or 70.03 percent were Tibetan ethnic minorities. The region now has a total of 208,000 Party members, which accounts for 7.2 percent of the population. Since the region was established, Party membership has grown 14 times in total; the number among farmers and herdsmen has grown 22.86 times, reaching 97,700 members.

Source: China News Service, June 10, 2011