Communist Party loyalists should lead the Chinese army, Jinping warned about the increasing instability in the country
Chinese President Xi Jinping said that the Chinese army should be led by trusted people loyal to the Communist Party. We must emphasize political integrity while recruiting and evaluating personnel.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned that the country is facing increasing instability and uncertainty in national security. He stressed that the Chinese military should be led by "trustworthy people" loyal to the Communist Party to ensure its "absolute leadership" over the world's largest armed force. Xi made the remarks on Thursday at a study session on strategies to strengthen the military in the new era.
Jinping greeted military personnel ahead of the 95th Raising Day of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) on August 1. With 2 million personnel, the PLA is the largest army in the world. According to an official release, Xi said, "We must emphasize political integrity when recruiting and evaluating personnel." He stressed that the armed forces should always be led by credible people who are loyal to the party.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said in his address that the world has entered a new era of instability and change. China is also facing increasing instability and uncertainty in terms of national security.
Significantly, the Speaker of the US House of Representatives (lower house of parliament) Nancy Pelosi is going to visit Taiwan. The statement of the Chinese President (Xi Jinping) is being seen in the backdrop of increasing tension between the US and China regarding Taiwan. China claims its right to Taiwan. At the same time, according to the report of news agency ANI, China's global image has been tarnished continuously in the last four years. China's image has deteriorated in America, Japan, Africa and East European countries. This is the reason why major countries of the world are hesitant to increase cooperation with China.