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Most Powerful Leader: Xi Jinping

Most Powerful Leader: Xi Jinping

We are proud of announce that we had a survey to answer the question about who is the most powerful leader of the world..

We had ask our question on our Twitter account to all online people. Our community was have four choices in the survey below.

Who is most strong leader for you? We will publish The Most Strong Leader of The World on .

As you see the winner is with 23% Mr Xi Jingping.

Who is Xi Jingming?

Xi Jinping is the current General Secretary of the Communist Party of China,President of the People’s Republic of China, and Chairman of the Central Military Commission. As the most powerful leader holds the top offices of the party and the military, in addition to being the head of state through the office of the president, he is sometimes referred to as China’s “Paramount Leader” and recognized by the party as its leadership “core”. As General Secretary, Xi Jinping holds an ex-officio seat on the Politburo Standing Committee, China’s top decision-making body.the most powerful leader xi jinping

The son of Communist veteran Xi Zhongxun, Xi Jinping rose through the ranks politically in China’s coastal provinces. The most powerful leader Xi was governor of Fujian from 1999 to 2002, and governor, then party secretary of neighboring Zhejiang province from 2002 to 2007. Following the dismissal of Chen Liangyu, Xi Jinping was transferred to Shanghai as party secretary for a brief period in 2007. Xi joined the Politburo Standing Committee and central secretariat in October 2007, spending the next five years as Hu Jintao’s presumed successor. He was vice-president from 2008 to 2013 and Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission from 2010 to 2012.

Since assuming power, the most powerful leader Xi has attempted to legitimize the authority of the Communist Party by introducing far-ranging measures to enforce party discipline and to ensure internal unity. He initiated an unprecedented and far-reaching campaign against corruption, leading to the downfall of prominent incumbent and retired officials. Xi Jinping has also imposed further restrictions over civil society and ideological discourse, advocating the concept of “internet sovereignty”.

Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, shakes hands with Nepal Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli, left, inside the Great Hall of the People Monday, March 21, 2016 in Beijing, China. (Lintao Zhang/Pool Photo via AP)

Considered the central figure of the People’s Republic’s fifth generation of leadership,Xi Jinping has significantly centralized institutional power by taking on a wide range of leadership positions, including chairing the newly formed National Security Commission, as well as new steering committees on economic and social reforms, military reform, and the Internet. The most powerful leader Xi has called for further market economic reforms, for governing according to the law and for strengthening legal institutions, with an emphasis on individual and national aspirations under the neologism “Chinese Dream”. Xi has also championed a more assertive foreign policy, particularly with regards to Sino-Japanese relations, China’s claims in the South China Sea, and its role as a leading advocate of free trade and globalization. The most powerful leader has also sought to expand China’s regional influence through the One Belt, One Road initiative, played a leading role in the fight against climate change, and invested heavily in energy and natural resources.

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