State media reported that Chinese President Xi Jinping inaugurated the twice-decade National Congress of the country’s ruling Communist Party on Sunday.
The 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) began at 10 am at Beijing’s Great Hall of the People. On October 22, the seven-day extravaganza will come to an end. The qualifications of 2,296 delegates to the 20th National Congress of the CCP have been certified as genuine, according to Congress spokeswoman Sun Yeli, who was speaking at a news conference on Saturday.
More than 4.9 million primary-level Party groups and over 96 million CPC members will be represented by the delegates at the 20th CCP National Congress, he continued.
Earlier on October 16, the 20th National Congress of the governing CCP and its 90 million members will meet, marking the beginning of the most significant political event in China in 2022 and, in fact, in the next five years.
According to regional analysts, Chairman Xi Jinping will probably prolong his rule for China further five years.
He will either be re-elected as general secretary of the CCP or will be chosen for the first time as chairman of the CCP, a position that Mao Zedong formerly occupied and that has been vacant since 1982.
One of the most dangerous times in recent years for world relations coincides with the conference.
China continues to be a steadfast backer of President Vladimir Putin, who is trying to establish himself as a great Russian leader when a war is raging in Ukraine.
Taiwan Strait tensions are at their highest point in decades as China tries to intimidate Taipei into submission.
Additionally, there are all the necessary components for a storm to form, including diplomatic tensions with the US, the aftermath of a worldwide epidemic, and China’s own neurotic efforts to eradicate COVID-19.