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Which of the following most accurately describes the Chinese National People's Congress (NPC)?
The NPC has far too many members and meets too infrequently to wield much policymaking power.
The NPC serves more of an advisory role to the Politburo than a legislative role.
The NPC exerts strong control over the budget and leadership promotion, but not much else.
The NPC represents the most elite members of the CCP and wields most of the policymaking power in China.
The true power of the NPC lies in its role of selecting the Politburo.