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Ruling Communist party (CCP) of China passed a rare ‘historical resolution’ to praise president’s decisive significance in rejuvenation of China. This resolution has provided a significant boost to President Xi Jinping’s grip on power.
The resolution serves two purposes:
This resolution is significant for the ruling party as it essentially cements Xi’s hold on power. Through this resolution, The President has put himself at the centre of the grand narrative of his Party and modern China.
Xi was born in June 1953. He joined the Chinese Communist Party at the age of 15 in 1974. It usually takes 38 years and multiple postings across several levels of the party’s hierarchy in order to get elevated to the top job. However, Xi comes from privilege as he is the son of Xi Zhongxun, first generation of the CCP’s central leaders. After his graduation in 1975, Xi started off at the general office of Central Military Commission. In 2007, he was elected to the Standing Committee of Political Bureau of CCP’s central committee before he became China’s vice president. He was elevated to the senior-most post of party at the age of 59, in November 2012.
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