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China’s ruling Communist Party congress ended on Saturday. President Xi Jinping’s hold on power grew more robust. A new central committee has made its debut in this congress held every five years. Two critical officials who are not closely related to Xi have been excluded from this committee. Xi is set to serve an unprecedented third term as party general secretary for another five years, cementing his position as the most influential leader. Li Keqiang and Wang Yang were not included in the new Central Committee.

Analysts say this indicates where Xi’s close associates are getting in the next Politburo Standing Committee. Lee will step down as prime minister in March. Wang is the head of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. Both are 67 years old. According to Chinese custom, they could serve another five-year term on the seven-member powerful Standing Committee. According to analysts and media reports, neither had a long-term close relationship with Xi. He can accommodate four new faces in the standing committee.

The current two committee members, Wang Haning (67) and Zhao Lezhi (65) are considered close to Xi. Both were re-elected to the 205- member Central Committee. Maybe we can again stay on the standing committee. The identity of the new leaders of the ruling Communist Party will be revealed when Xi walks into a room of waiting journalists at Beijing’s Great Hall of the People around noon local time on Sunday.


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