Behind closed doors
Behind closed doors | Economist
Typically, there has been no public announcement of where the meeting is taking place.
The official media will reveal nothing of the debates going on (nor even reveal whether serious debate does take place; if any has occurred during plenums past, rarely has worked leaked out). The only clue to the tone of the meeting will be a cryptic communiqué, probably about 5,000 characters long, issued at the end. A far more detailed “resolution” will be adopted during the meeting, but its contents will not be made public until a few days later, to give lower-ranking party officials a chance to digest it first.
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