February 21, 2024

Xi Jinping, Chinese most powerful leader since Mao Zedong, anticipates third five-year term by China’s ruling Communist Party

Xi Jinping, probably the most powerful Chinese leader since Mao Zedong in the 1970s, is anticipated to be given a third five-year term by the Communist Party, which is now in control in China. The choice would further strengthen his control over China. It’s feasible that 69-year-old Mr. Xi will hold onto power till the end of his days. The momentous decision will be made at the current Communist Party Congress in Beijing, one of the most significant gatherings in the party’s history.

According to the BBC, Xi Jinping currently holds three top positions to include: as a General Secretary, he is the chief of china’s Communist Party. As a president, he is China’s head of state, and as Chairman of China’s Central Military Commission, he commands the country’s armed forces. He is also referred to as Paramount or Supreme leader.

At the annual National People’s Congress in the spring of 2023, Mr. Xi is certain to retain the first two positions of party general secretary and chairman of the Central Military Commission as well as the president.

The Great Hall of the People in Tiananmen Square hosted 2,300 delegates for a week. A total of 200 of them, plus about 170 alternates, will be chosen to serve on the party’s central committee. To create the party’s Politburo, the central committee will choose 25 candidates. Additionally, the Politburo standing committee’s members will be chosen by the Politburo. The elite of the elite is these people.
Xi Jinping, the party’s general secretary, is one of the current seven members, and each of them is a man. The central committee is expected to meet the day after the main congress ends.

Mr. Xi is in charge of the second-largest economy and one of the most powerful armed forces in the world.

Xi Jinping delivers a report to the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on behalf of the 19th CPC Central Committee at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, October 16, 2022. (Xinhua/Ju Peng)

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