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Xi Jinping becomes China’s President for the third time in a row.

The nation's rubber-stamp parliament has granted China's leader Xi Jinping a historic third term as president.

On Friday, Xi Jinping was granted a third term as president of China. Further, capping a rise that has made him the nation’s most powerful figure in decades. Following Xi’s agreement in October to serve another five years as leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The appointment was approved by China’s rubber-stamp parliament.

Since then, the 69-year-old Xi has endured intense opposition to his zero-Covid policy. Also, as well as the untold number of fatalities that resulted from its abandonment.

This week’s National People’s Congress, a meticulously planned ceremony that will also name Xi’s friend Li Qiang as the new premier. those topics have been skirted. Xi Jinping was unanimously elected to a third term as president of China. Also to the position of chairman of the Central Military Commission on Friday.

For the historic vote, the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. A vast state structure on the outskirts of Tiananmen Square, was decked out in red carpets and banners as a military band played background music. The final results were announced on a digital screen at the edge of the stage. 2,952 votes total had been cast in favour of giving Xi another term in office. Following the news, delegates fervently pledged their commitment to the Chinese constitution as a sign of loyalty and consensus.

Xi Jinping’s rise in China’s politics:

The outcome of Xi’s astonishing climb from a relatively unknown party. To the head of an emerging global power, his re-election.

If no competitor steps forward, Xi will have a good chance of becoming communist China’s longest-serving president.

Despite worldwide media investigations revealing his family’s accumulated fortune. Adrian Geiges, co-author of “Xi Jinping: The Most Powerful Man in the World,” told AFP that he did not believe Xi was motivated by a desire for personal enrichment.

For many years, China shunned one-man rule in favour of a more consensus-based, albeit nonetheless authoritarian. Form of government due to the dictatorial rule and cult of personality of the country’s founding leader Mao Zedong.

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