Leader of China XI Jinping re-elected for the post of General Secretary of the Communist party of China, but has not appointed his successor, who will succeed Jinping on this post in five years, according to Reuters.
In addition to XI Jinping, his place in the Politburo of the party has retained only the Prime Minister of China Li Keqiang. However, all other new members of the Politburo over the age of 60, and none of them could be the successor Jinping.
Before Beijing hosted the XIX Congress of the Chinese Communist party. At the close of the Congress it was decided to make the doctrine of party Chairman XI Jinping to the country’s Constitution.
Thus, XI Jinping became the second leader of China, who are in the Constitution in life. The first was Mao Zedong.
The Communist party made the decision unanimously. Thus, any resistance to the ideology XI Jinping will be considered a threat to the Communist party.