-Galla S Kiran Kumar,Bureau Chief Telagana (Andhra Pradesh)
Beijing: Xi Jinping has written a new history as the President of China. Mutchata assumed the post of President for the third time. On Friday, the Chinese Parliament approved Xi Jinping as President for another five years. This made way for him to be the leader of the dragon nation for life.
It is known that 69-year-old Xi Jinping was once again elected as the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in the congress held in October last year. With this, Xi Jinping became the first leader to receive the reins of the party for the third time after the founder of the CPC, Mao. As he was entrusted with party responsibilities in the CPC, the way was paved for him to assume the duties of the president for the third time. The National People’s Congress (Parliament of China), known as the ‘rubber stamp parliament’ which usually implements the decisions of the CPC mechanically, elected Xi Jinping as the president for the third term on Friday. A total of over 2,950 members elected him unanimously. After this election.. Xi Jinping took oath on the constitution and assumed responsibility. And Xi Jinping’s closest friend Han Zheng was elected as the country’s vice president.
All the powers are in the hands of Xi Jinping..
On the other hand, the National People’s Congress decided today to elect Xi Jinping as the Chairman of the Central Military Commission, which is the head of the Chinese Armed Forces (People’s Liberation Army PLA), which is recognized as the largest army in the world. With this, all the powers went back to the hands of Xi Jinping. He will continue to be the leader of the three centers of power in China as the General Secretary of the Party, the President and the Chairman of the Military Commission. With this, it seems that Xi Jinping will be in power for the rest of his life.
As a powerful leader..
In 2012, Xi Jinping was appointed as the General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party for the first time. Since then, during his tenure of ten years, he has emerged as the most powerful leader after Mao Zedong, the Chinese Communist leader. In general, Deng Xiaoping, who took over the reins after Mao, stipulated that no top leader in China should serve more than two terms and retire after reaching the age of 68. However, in 2018, the Xi Jinping government made a key amendment to the constitution, changing this provision. This exempted the President from the two-term term limit. In this context, the amendment paved the way for Xi Jinping to take the reins for the third time. And, in the CPC plenary meeting held in 2021, a historic resolution was passed to appoint Xi Jinping as the leader of China for life. So..