Li Qiang will have the daunting task of laying the groundwork for a recovery in the world’s second-largest economy.
Li Qiang, the second Communist Party (CCP), I got a new name today prime minister of china at the suggestion of Xi Jinping, The president of the country and the general secretary of the formation.
President Xi Jinping received ratification for the third term yesterday and signed it today at the plenary session. National People’s Assembly (ANP, equivalent to legislation), presidential decree appointing Li, held at the Great Hall of the People.
Lee, who was previously in charge of the country’s largest business center, Shanghai, You will have the difficult task of laying the foundations for the recovery of the world’s second largest economy.
Lee, born in 1959, succeeds Li Keqiang Leaving the portfolio after 10 years is a remarkable background compared to Xi surrounded by loyalists at the formation’s last XX Congress held in October to consolidate his hold over the regime .
Li, who is close to Xi, has pushed ahead with guidelines such as revitalizing the economy and achieving “scientific and technological self-sufficiency” in response to Washington’s veto on making US chips for Chinese companies. You will be charged with the mission of
Meanwhile, the ANP today also approved the following appointments: Zhang Youxia and He Weidong as Deputy Minister of the Central Military Commission (CMC); or Zhang Jun As Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China, the Supreme Court of the People’s Republic of China.
Thus, the ANP has reached the culmination of a structural renewal process after President Xi consolidated absolute power yesterday and achieved a third five-year presidential term (2023-2028).
To achieve this, the agency approved a constitutional amendment in 2018 to remove the restriction on two consecutive five-year terms for China’s president.
Yesterday’s plenary session also approved the appointment of Vice President Han Zheng and Standing Committee Chairman Cho Leji.
Similarly, another of Xi Jinping’s closest allies, Wang Huning, was appointed chairman of China’s highest political advisory body, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Yesterday, delegates also gave Xi the go-ahead for his third term as chairman of the Central Military Commission, a position equivalent to the head of an Asian country’s armed forces.
Last October, President Xi reaffirmed his position as general secretary of the Communist Party of China. Thus, the President’s control over his three branches of power – the State, the PCCh and the Army – is strengthened.