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  • He said the formation of the 2016 panel will be a "more bottom-up process" because some members will be elected — more than will be appointed by the RNC chairman.

    RNC strengthens control over nomination process →

  • "Back then, all our debate committee members were appointed by the RNC chairman," Mr. Yue said. "This time the rule for the creation of the debates committee allows for eight elected members, a man and a woman from each of four regions — and the RNC chairman to appoint five members."

    RNC strengthens control over nomination process →

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