Beijing, The 14th session of the National People’s Congress (NCP) in China has allowed Xi Jinping to become president for a third term, making him even more powerful. He was given a third term as President today. Xi Jinping has strengthened his grip on the Chinese government and economy. In fact, the annual meeting of the National People’s Congress, that is, the Chinese Parliament, started on Sunday.
This meeting has been going on for a week. In it, 69-year-old Shi also faced some challenges. Many questions were also raised about his zero-covid policy. As he successfully faced all these challenges. The MPs focused on Beijing’s comprehensive reform of the science ministry and technical capabilities instead of all these accusations.
According to reports, the term of Xi Jinping has been extended for the third time in this meeting. Due to which their power will be strengthened in China. His enthronement made him the longest-serving head of modern China. That means Xi Jinping will rule well into his 70s and will have a much longer tenure if no challenger emerges.
His third term begins at a time when the world’s second-largest economy is growing at a slower pace. Thus, it has been decided in this meeting that this year China will spend 18 lakh crore rupees on its defense in the year 2023. Which is almost 3 times more than India’s defense budget. At the same time, China’s economic growth target for 2023 has been set at 5 percent. SS2.PG