A poster with a portrait of Chinese President Xi Jinping is displayed in Shanghai, China on March 17. Li, 63, a second ranking leader in the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC), has completed the first five-year tenure along with Xi who is now regarded as the "core" leader of the party placed along with party founder Mao Zedong.
"It is with great interest that we observe the work of the 13th National People's Congress, which charts trajectories for future dynamic growth of the People's Republic of China under your leadership", Andrzej Duda said in a letter to Xi. Xi chairs both the state and the party's military commission.
18 de marzo de 2018, 08:51Beijing, Mar 18 (Prensa Latina) Rulers from all continents and leaders of global organizations sent today congratulatory messages to President Xi Jinping for his re-election and wished success in his efforts to turn China into a stronger State.
State television showed images from the floor in the Great Hall of the People of some legislators in tears after Xi swore an oath to the constitution following his re-election, a vote it described as a "solemn and sacred historic moment".
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In a moment of high political theatre, a copy of the constitution was carried onto the main stage by three members of the armed forces.
Xi took office as president in 2013 and hasn't said how many additional five-year terms he intends to serve.
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Li maintained a low profile under the Chinese president mainly looking after the country's economy as Xi consolidated power and surrounded himself with powerful aides. Nearly 3,000 deputies present in the plenary of the National Popular Assembly (Parliament) of this nation supported yesterday with a unanimous vote the continuity of Xi Jinping at the head of the government and the Central Military Commission of China.
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