CCP changes the constitution, Xi is now his “core” – The Chinese Communist Party amended its constitution, establishing Xi’s status as the “core” of the party. It is the result of today’s approval of an amendment by the XX National Congress, including the so-called “Two Buildings” and “Two Guarantees”. According to the final statement issued, these are measures aimed at strengthening Xi’s central position and the leading role of his political thought within the CPC.
Outside the new Central Committee Premier Li – Four of the current seven members of the outgoing Politburo Standing Committee have been excluded from the new CPC Central Committee: they are Prime Ministers Keqiang, Li Zhanshu, Han Zheng and Wang Yang, who are on the eve of one of the possible candidates for the premiership in the new five years. . This can be found out by referring to a list of more than 200 active members of the committee, elected by the 20th Congress, and posted on the Weibo (Chinese Twitter) account of People Daily.
Opposition to Taiwan independence included in the CPC constitution The Chinese Communist Party enshrined its strong opposition to Taiwan independence in its Basic Charter. The congress agrees to “include various statements in the party constitution,” including those related to political and military loyalty and the building of world-class armed forces, as well as “resolute opposition to deter separatists seeking Taiwan independence.”
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