China Communist Party’s 19th National congress will start in Beijing in October 18. It is estimated that the congress will last for a week. In this period what was done in the last five years will be disgusted, there will be changes made about the executive staff and national policies will be decided.By Academia China /
China Communist Party’s 19th National Congress will start in Beijing in October 18. It is estimated that the congress will last for a week. In this period what was done in the last five years will be disgusted, there will be changes made about the executive staff and national policies will be decided.
The most important topic which congress needs to be carful about is Xi Jinping’s position inside CCP. Last year, Xi Jinping which was raised to be the main leader, had his authority increased inside the party. While Xi was one of the equals of Hu Jintao, who was the main leader before Xi. He was raised to a higher position int the Politburo Central Committee which allowed him to have the power to approve and veto.Due to this Xi Jingping who now has a same title as Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping, he will play a much more greater role compared to his predecessor Hu. Moreover, it will be clear wether or not his ideologies which will effect the constitution of the party have his name. In case such a privilege which only Mao and Deng had is given to Xi, the Chinese leader’s authority on his party and on his people’s view will be solidified.
Xi’s very much dedication when it comes to shaping his parties staffs, by some analysts’s comments suggest that CCP’s second period and age limit conventions will not be cared about by Xi. Xi which is working to change China’s foreign policy which is closed and unable to…
The central government will act strictly in line with the Constitution and the Basic Law, to ensure that the implementation
Premier Li Keqiang signed an administrative order on Friday appointing Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor as the fifth chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
The SAR’s chief executive election was conducted in accordance with the Basic Law, the decisions of the National People’s Congress Standing Committee and the election laws of Hong Kong, Li said at a full State Council meeting in Beijing on Friday.
Lam won the election on Sunday with 777 of 1,163 valid votes, showing the Hong Kong public’s wide recognition of, trust in and expectations from Lam, Li said.
She will take the oath of office on July 1.
According to the Basic Law, the chief executive is the head of the Hong Kong SAR government, carrying great responsibilities.
The central government will continue to fully implement the principle of “One Country, Two Systems”, “Hong Kong people administering Hong Kong” with a high degree of autonomy, Li said.
The central government will act strictly in line with the Constitution and the Basic Law, to ensure that the implementation of “One Country, Two Systems” will never be bent or distorted, he…
One of the most important social issues of the Chinese agenda over the past two weeks was the anti-Islamic rhetoric and the controversial debate over the Weibo, a micro-blogging site known as China's Twitter, with more than 300 million active users.
In the past few years, Islamophobia or anti-Islamic rhetoric, especially in the western world, has tended to become a global discourse along with the Middle Eastern and Islamic world. In China, which has more than 23 million Muslim population according to official figures, and several times more than that according to unofficial ones, such tendencies have begun to find their place.
One of the most important social issues of the Chinese agenda over the past two weeks was the anti-Islamic rhetoric and the controversial debate over the Weibo, a micro-blogging site known as China’s Twitter, with more than 300 million active users. First of all, we need to open a separate parenthesis for the Weibo micro blog platform. In China, where the media have not been able to fully develop in the private sector, social media, which the people mostly attend, have a very important and distinct place in order to find out how busy the social agenda is. Among them, Weibo is an instrument where people can reflect their opinions, thoughts and criticisms more comfortably and freely than other platforms.
The recent debate in China on anti-Islamic rhetoric is based on the proposal of the “Halal Food Law”, which was originally drafted in 2002. For the first time in 2002,…