Chinese leaders release official history to promote Xi Jinping

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Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, President of the State, and Chairman of the Central Military Commission delivered an important speech at the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China in January 2021.

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On Thursday, the ruling Communist Party leader laid the foundation for President Xi Jinping to extend his rule next year, praising his role in China’s rise as an economic and strategic power, and approving a period of political history that aligns him with the most important People in the party are tied for status.

The members of the Central Committee declared that Xi Jinping’s ideology was “the essence of Chinese culture” at the end of the leadership meeting. A language that is extremely enthusiastic even for Chinese leaders, and a party statement said that it has “decisive significance” for the “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.”

Since at least Deng Xiaoping in the 1980s, Xi Jinping has accumulated more personal authority than any leader, and it is widely expected that he will serve as party general secretary for his third five-year term. This will break the two-decade-old party tradition of requiring the 68-year-old leader to step down next year.

The party’s leadership decision on its history is only the third time since its establishment 100 years ago, following a reform under the leadership of Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping, the first leaders of the Communist government, who initiated reforms to turn China into an economic power. Under the leadership of Xi Jinping, the decision to issue one is widely regarded as a symbolic promotion of his status.

The party lifted the term limit for the chairmanship of Xi Jinping in 2018, indicating his intention to remain in power. Officials then told reporters that Xi Jinping may need more time to ensure that economic and other reforms are implemented.

Xi Jinping, the son of a general of Mao Zedong, has no obvious rivals, but if he wants to extend his ruling time, he may alienate young party members and they may see fewer opportunities for promotion.

In addition, political scientists pointed to the experiences of other countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and warned that long-term one-man rule would lead to worse official decision-making and economic performance.

The party statement on Thursday emphasized its success in monitoring China’s rise as the world’s second largest economy, concealing the deadly political violence in the early decades of his administration and growing complaints about human rights violations.

Xi Jinping used his control of the party’s huge propaganda organization to enhance his image.

State media linked him to national successes, including the fight against the coronavirus, China’s rise as a technology creator, and the lunar mission that successfully brought back lunar rocks last year.

The 1981 assessment under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping distanced the party from the violent turmoil of the extremely radical Cultural Revolution of 1966-76.

In contrast, Xi Jinping promoted the positive image of the party in the early days of the ruling party and called on it to revive its “initial aspiration” as a leading force in China’s economy, politics, and culture.


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