China: 100-year-old Communist Party, Jinping's long tenure could be trouble.
China's ruling Communist Party, which has a stronghold on the world's most populous country, has a stronghold on the international left movement and influences world politics, will turn 100 on Thursday. Experts have warned that President Xi Jinping's continued office could complicate the situation for his successor in the future.
China's ruling Communist Party will celebrate the centenary year of its establishment on July 1. According to officials, President Xi Jinping will address a special gathering in the morning on the occasion. The Xinhua Dialogue Committee said xi's address will be telecast live on the state media network. Earlier Jinping's 'big celebrations' were kept confidential. Hong Kong's South China Morning Post quoted officials as saying that there will be no army parade.
Earlier, speculations were rife that an army parade would be held at the historic Thyanmen Square and new Chinese weapons would be displayed. Thyanmen Chowk has been closed to the general public for nearly a month. Tell us that it is mandatory for journalists who have been invited to attend Thursday's event to get both doses of the covid-19 sugar vaccine. They have also been asked to submit a negative report on coronavirus testing.
According to reports, diplomats who have been invited to the event may join even if they have received a foreign vaccine.