Introduction

The Tibet autonomous region launched its major annual political events from Jan.19 to Jan.24,2021 — the fourth session of the 11th Tibet Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference on Jan.19 and the fourth plenary session of the Standing Committee of the 11th Regional People's Congress of Tibet on Jan.20. Officials discussed development plans for the coming five years, together with delegations from all levels of society in the region. The two sessions-China's biggest annual political events-often begin in early March. About 3,000 national lawmakers and around 2,000 national political advisers travel to Beijing for the sessions to deliberate reports on the country's crucial economic and political affairs as well as draft laws with people's interest and social development in mind.

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Photos of Tibet NPC deputies and CPPCC members

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