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Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Chinese President Xi Jinping Moves To Extend His Tenure Beyond 2023

China's governing Communist Party has proposed removing a clause in the constitution which limits presidencies to two five-year terms. The move would allow the current President Xi Jinping to remain as leader after he is due to step down.

There had been widespread speculation that Mr Xi would seek to extend his presidency beyond 2023.

Party congress last year saw him cement his status as the most powerful leader since the late Mao Zedong.

His ideology was also enshrined in the party's constitution at the congress, and in a break with convention, no obvious successor was unveiled.

Born in 1953, Mr Xi is the son of one of the Communist Party's founding fathers. He joined the party in 1974, climbing its ranks before becoming president in 2013.

His presidency has seen economic reform, a fierce campaign against corruption, as well as a resurgence in nationalism and a crackdown on human rights.



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Olajide Olushola

another mugabe
1LikeReactReplyDeleteReportSunday at 9:44pm

Job Ayuba

Look what is doing 4 them
Edited1WowReplyDeleteReportSunday at 9:46pm

Johnson Ahile

I hope he is alive to stay till then
LikeReactReplyDeleteReportSunday at 10:16pm

Eu C Aristos

If a leader is doing well, I do not see any reason why there should be a limit to his leadership timeframe.

China has seen development under him. If the people endorse him let him continue. After all... It is still the same people who put limits.
1LikeReplyDeleteReportSunday at 11:32pm

Endy Edeson

Aristos: But leadership position should be dynamic irrespective of the performance of the incumbent
2LikeReactReplyEditSunday at 11:35pm

Eu C Aristos

A leader is a leader irrespective of dynamism. If he is able to incorporate all who have the technical know-how in required areas, welcome the advice of other leader-minded people, and not become authoritarian, then that's not a problem.
1LoveReplyDeleteReportSunday at 11:44pm

Browayson John Sr.

If he's not going to under develope China,which we all know that he won't, why shouldn't he extend it?.. Sit tight syndrome to me are of two types..
1. Sit tight and develop the nation in all its entirety
2. Sit tight & under develop the nation by moving in a lag time instead of going forward.
... So the question we all should be asking is simple... ''is China developing the more or it's retro -gressing ?
1LikeReplyDeleteReportSunday at 11:54pm

Endy Edeson

@Aristos & John: You guys are right. China is moving forward under Xi Jinping. But his continuous stay in power may evoke POWER STRUGGLE by power seeking officials which might result to political crisis in the country. I think he shouldn't overstay in office
LikeReactReplyEditYesterday at 12:11am

Gbolahan Libra General

Endy Edeson I concur. Politics is a dirty game, not suitable and advisable for the meek
1LoveReplyDeleteReportYesterday at 1:50am

Dat's Okwy

Power ontology..

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