‘Historical resolution’ after 40 years… Xi Jinping, the third leader


An important political event in China ended today (11th). In fact, it was a meeting for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s long-term reign, and for more information, we will connect with Beijing correspondent Song Wook.

It is said that this meeting was the third time in the history of the Communist Party of China that a historical resolution was adopted.

The results of the 6th plenary session, which were held privately for four days, came out a little while ago, and it was announced that the resolution had been resolved.

It is the third historical resolution that came out in 40 years after 1945 and 1981.

Although the full text of the historical resolution has not yet been published, according to the Central Committee’s publications, President Xi Jinping’s achievements, including anti-corruption and escaping poverty, accounted for a significant portion.

Especially since President Xi Jinping took office, he said that socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era.

If Mao Zedong created a new country and Deng Shaoping made China rich, President Xi made China strong.

Does this mean that President Xi Jinping is now on the same level as Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping?

Yes, with this historic resolution, it is being evaluated that President Xi has risen to the ranks of three leaders.

Through this, he laid the groundwork for a long-term rule.

Xi has already removed the limitation on three consecutive terms, and the ‘collective leadership system’ created by Deng Xiaoping to prevent Mao Zedong’s dictatorship has been replaced with a ‘centralized unification leadership system’ to strengthen his own power.

Xi is expected to successfully host big events like next year’s Beijing Winter Olympics and two meetings, and officially confirm his third power at the 20th Party Congress next fall.

Until then, while showing the image of a competent and strong leader both internally and externally, there is a prospect that he will focus on managing ‘stable’ rather than escalating a situation such as a conflict with the United States.

(Video coverage: Choi Deok-hyun, video editing: Lee Seung-hee)


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