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Xi Jinping’s third term: the National People’s Congress, as expected, re-elected him chairman for another 5-year term, giving him the go-ahead for his plans for the largest government reorganization in recent years. As widely expected, 2,952 delegates voted unanimously in favor of an additional five-year term for Xi at the annual meeting of the Congress in Beijing.
At the end of these 15 years, no one will be the leader of China for much longer except Mao Zedong who held power from 1949 to 1976.
The country’s leader, Xi, 69, was appointed president by the Communist Party Congress in October, to consolidate his power. He was also confirmed as Chairman of the Central Military Commission, and thus will continue to be Commander-in-Chief of the People’s Liberation Army.
After the vote, President Xi took the oath to loud applause. Han Cheng was elected vice president.
Putin is the first to congratulate
Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Xi Jinping on his re-election as President of the People’s Republic of China. The tax is reported. Putin said that he is confident that together with the Chinese leader he will be able to increase bilateral cooperation: “I am confident that by working together, we will ensure further growth of fruitful Russian-Chinese cooperation in various fields,” the Russian president said. . He stressed that Russia greatly appreciates Xi Jinping’s personal contribution to “strengthening relations of global cooperation and strategic interaction” between Moscow and Beijing.
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