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LIU SHAO-CHI AND YANG SHANG-KUN
CRITICIZED FOR BREACH OF DISCIPLINE
IN ISSUING DOCUMENTS
IN THE NAME OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION


From the
Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung,
Foreign Languages Press
Peking 1977

First Edition 1977

Vol. V, p. 92.


Prepared © for the Internet by David J. Romagnolo, djr@marx2mao.org (November 1999)


    page 92


    LIU SHAO-CHI AND YANG SHANG-KUN
    CRITICIZED FOR BREACH OF DISCIPLINE
    IN ISSUING DOCUMENTS
    IN THE NAME OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
      WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION
    [*]

    May 19, 1953

    1

        From now on, all documents and telegrams sent out in the name of the Central Committee can be dispatched only after I have gone over them, otherwise they are invalid. Please take note.


    2

        (1)  Please assume responsibility for checking on the telegrams and documents dispatched in the name of the Central Committee or the Military Commission in the period from August 1 last year (those issued before August 1 have been checked) to May 5 this year to see if there are any which I have not gone over and if so how many (not counting those issued during my absence on tours of inspection or on sick leave), and let me know the results.

        (2) On several occasions resolutions adopted at meetings called by the Central Committee, which I had not gone over, were issued without authorization. This is a mistake and a breach of discipline.


        * Comrade Mao Tsetung's written criticisms of Liu Shao-chi and Yang Shang-kun.