Inner Mongols’ three-front diplomacy
13 September 1945. Apart from promoting unification with the Mongolian People’s Republic, the Inner Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party skilfully negotiates with communists and nationalists in northeast China. Party members are allowed be members of the CCP and KMT as long as they keep their original party principles. The party convenes its second general congress and decides to set up an eastern Inner Mongolian provisional government that would replace the Hsingan provincial government and have a higher level of autonomy than the latter.