Sixty-nine-year-old Wang Qishan was elected as China’s Vice-President by the National People’s Congress on Saturday. Qishan, a close ally of President Xi Jinping, was the head of China’s anti-corruption department till 2017 and was instrumental in carrying out President Xi-mandated purges. Under his term, over 1.5 million officials, including over 100 ministers and top generals, were punished, making it the biggest such crackdown in China’s recent history. He replaces Li Yuanchao to the VP’s post.
China on Tuesday ordered creation of six new ministries and merger of banking and insurance regulators as part of a government restructuring plan. It is one of the biggest reshuffles since President Jinping Xi came to power. The State Council’s institutional Reform Plan was submitted to the 13th National People’s Congress for deliberations Tuesday. The number of ministries will be increased from 20 to 26.
By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 11, 2018 1:41 pm This will allow President Xi Jinping to continue as president indefinitely. In a landmark vote, the Chinese parliament on Sunday cleared a constitutional amendment that will remove the two-term limit for its president and vice-president. This will allow President Xi Jinping to continue as president indefinitely. Out of the total 2964 deputies of the National People’s Congress who voted, only two put in a dissenting vote and...
Xi Jinping taking the oath of office in the Great People's Hall. His presidency was ratified in the NPC on Saturday with 2970 deputies voting in favour and none against.@IndianExpresshttps://t.co/iArMtaxNBI
Wang Qishan (69) is elected as China's new Vice President replacing Li Yuanchao. Gets 2969 votes and one against. He was till 2017 the head of China's anti-corruption and was instrumental in carrying out President Xi mandated purges.@IndianExpresshttps://t.co/VqgOxOjRXJ
The NPC applauses as former anti corruption chief Wang Qishan votes. Qishan a close ally of Xi Jinping is the front runner for being elected the new Vice President.@IndianExpresshttps://t.co/95n908H3BS
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