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October Coronation to Mark the Beginning of Xi Jinping's Third Term as President

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October Coronation to Mark the Beginning of Xi Jinping's Third Term as President

October Coronation to Mark the Beginning of Xi Jinping's Third Term as President

October Coronation , to Mark the Beginning of , Xi Jinping's Third Term as President.

Next month, Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to begin his third term leading the nation.

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On October 16, the National People's Congress meets at the end of its five-year political term to vote on who will lead China.

On October 16, the National People's Congress meets at the end of its five-year political term to vote on who will lead China.

Fox News reports that Xi is almost certain to receive the required votes to maintain his office and set off on an unprecedented third term.

Fox News reports that Xi is almost certain to receive the required votes to maintain his office and set off on an unprecedented third term.

It was stressed at the meeting that the 20th CPC National Congress is a congress of great significance to be convened at a crucial moment, 'People's Daily' announcement, via Fox News.

It was stressed at the meeting that the 20th CPC National Congress is a congress of great significance to be convened at a crucial moment, 'People's Daily' announcement, via Fox News.

As the whole Party and the entire nation embark on a new journey toward building a modern socialist country in all respects, and advance toward the Second Centenary Goal, 'People's Daily' announcement, via Fox News.

As the whole Party and the entire nation embark on a new journey toward building a modern socialist country in all respects, and advance toward the Second Centenary Goal, 'People's Daily' announcement, via Fox News.

Xi has managed to maintain power despite damage from the COVID pandemic, a falling property sector and conflict over Taiwan.

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Xi has managed to maintain power despite damage from the COVID pandemic, a falling property sector and conflict over Taiwan.

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A series of successes have helped Xi hold on to his party's fidelity, including China's growing international influence.

A series of successes have helped Xi hold on to his party's fidelity, including China's growing international influence.

Earlier this month, Xi responded to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan with a series of extended military exercises in the Taiwan Strait.

Earlier this month, Xi responded to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan with a series of extended military exercises in the Taiwan Strait.

Fox News reports that since Pelosi's departure, multiple U.S. lawmakers have visited the disputed island territory, including Senator Marsha Blackburn and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.

Fox News reports that since Pelosi's departure, multiple U.S. lawmakers have visited the disputed island territory, including Senator Marsha Blackburn and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.

Fox News reports that since Pelosi's departure, multiple U.S. lawmakers have visited the disputed island territory, including Senator Marsha Blackburn and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey


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