Chinese President Xi cemented his party power train

China has increased the importance of Xi Jinping and strengthens his power by adding his political ideology and his name in the Constitution of the Communist Party.

At the end of the crucial meeting between two and ten years, the delegates of the parties unanimously voted for “Xi Jinping thinking about socialism with Chinese characteristics for the new era”, guiding the party principle.

This step leads to the same denominator Xi Mao Zedong, founded in 1949 by China Volkswagen and Deng Xiaoping, the leader who oversaw the opening of China to the world.
Deng Xiaoping’s theory was incorporated into the constitution six months after his death in February 1997. Two former Chinese President Hu Jintao and Jiang Zemin have not soared their names.

However, there is little agreement on what Xi’s new transition means

Willy Lam of the Hong Kong University of China has stated in Germany that the Communist Party’s tight control over all aspects of Chinese Internet life is evident.

Around the world, it is about China that becomes a supermarket that meets the rules.

“Xi Jinping now has institutional support: He can be the driving force for life – as long as it allows his health,” said Willy Lam, assistant professor at the Chinese Studies Centre at Hong Kong’s Chinese University.

Xi seems to have emerged from the 19th National Congress of China’s Communist Party is stronger than ever at the national and international level.

At home, Xi’s high politicians reflected on his anti-corruption campaign launched without precedent the execution of the freedom of expression and radically revised two million members of the National Liberation Army, the world’s biggest struggle.

Globally, the world is likely to see China continue to jump into a global leading vacuum, while the United States is turning within the government of Donald Trump from within.

While Xi led the final session in the Great Hall of Nations, more than 2,200 delegates unanimously approved the changes to the Charter of Parties, the employee “Meiyou” of the announced (“no”) lack of opposition or restrained voices.