After reformation, CCP has re-characterized non party people from the role of being dictated to being politics participants, while concerning alliance’s benefits has been regarded as an important work of united front. Since, however, CCP regime established, the party reigns over the country systematically. Thus, it makes autocratic elite decision-making pronounced. Meanwhile, as the party and the regime grow synchronously, laws and regulations from informal institutions or intraparty gradually substitute formal ones. Therefore, the party’s power surpasses the nation’s authority, and far restrains state organs from functioning. So the power relation between the party and the regime turns upside down.
Mao in 1979 initiative addresses the concept of “multi-parties cooperation”. In addition, Chiang in 1989 first published a document demanding non party people to serve in National People''s Congress (NPC), National Committee of the Chinese People''s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and government. What’s more, a representative file in 2005 promulgated to further clarify the arrangement policy of non party people. As a result, CCP designated Mr. Wan and Mr. Chen as ministers in 2007. All evidence shows that CCP has aware of the importance of non party people. Not only do they have much higher humanism quality, but also greater power, social connection and politics participating willingness. Consequently, CCP would like to make good use of these features in order to reinforce the party''s ruling authority.
Considering all these reasons above, the purpose of this article is to investigate if these behaviors are going to change the way of one party ruling tradition in CCP. Also, the content will go over and examine how multi-parties cooperation and political consult forms and develops. Last but not least, when someday non party people involve in more and more political activities, will they be going to have significant impact on CCP autocratic regime.