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BEIJING, China (CNN) -- Three aging members of the nine-member committee that rules China are retiring and their replacements will be selected by the Communist Party's central committee on Monday.
A fourth new member of the Politburo's standing committee will also be selected to replace Executive Vice Premier Huang Ju, who died earlier this year.
The retiring leaders include State Vice President Zeng Qinghong, 68, Wu Guanzheng, the 69-year-old head of China's anti-corruption body, and 72-year-old Luo Gan, who is in charge of the country's police and security apparatus.