AjeyoLAST UPDATED: Sept. 14, 2020, 10:42 a.m.
New Delhi: The countdown of China's president and Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping has started.
It is believed that Xi Jinping will lose the post of Chinese president by November. It is believed that there may be a big rebellion against Xi Jinping in China and the CCP by November.
The rebellion will be so great that Xi Jinping will either be forced to leave the post of president of China himself or he will be forced out of power.
The biggest leader of China's communist government is fully aware that he may have to lose his chair at any time in the changed situation.
A spark of potential rebellion is burning inside China and the CCP, which can destroy the political career of XI Jinping.
The Chinese government and Xi Jinping's supporters inside the CCP are trying their best to crush this spark of rebellion.
Coup against Xi Jinping
China is on the path of revolt after 31 years. The only difference is that then China was occupied by dictator Yang Shangkun and currently it is the era of Xi Jinping's dictatorship.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is also under pressure to oust Xi Jinping from power as investigations into China's role in the creation and spread of the coronavirus pandemic have begun.
An independent investigation team was formed after 137 countries demanded that the World Health Organization (WHO) must carry out a probe into China's role in the propagation of the COVID-19 virus all over the world.
The investigation team is headed by former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clarke and former Liberia President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The investigation team will submit its interim report in November.
How is the president of China selected?
China has a single-party rule under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). In such a situation, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has the right to take all decisions related to power and governance. The CCP elects its central committee every five years. About 200 people involved in the central committee choose the politburo. Along with this, the standing committee is also selected.
The politburo and the standing committee are the most powerful decision-making committee in China. Together, they elect the CCP secretary-general who becomes the President of China.
Since the beginning of Communist rule in 1950, China has a similar presidential election. All was well until now, but after Xi Jinping came to power, the structure of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) began to collapse.
In order to keep himself in power, Xi Jinping did what a dictator does. Two decisions are very important in this.
Two terms were fixed for the President of China, that is, a president will be able to remain in power for a maximum of ten years. Xi Jinping abolished this law by amending the constitution in 2018. This means that once one becomes president, he can continue to hold the highest office in China for many terms and without any limited tenure.
With this, the way for Xi Jinping to remain in power throughout his life and become completely autocratic was cleared. Xi Jinping's tenure was to end in 2023, but after amending the constitution, he can now hold power in China until his death or until the CCP removes him from power.
Due to many such dictatorial decisions of Xi Jinping, the spark of revolt is burning inside the CCP. Many sections within the CCP and the politburo want to oust Xi Jinping from power. Stories of Xi Jinping's ruthlessness against his opponents are also increasing the outrage among the people.
Also, the number of unemployed people in the country is also increasing rapidly. In view of all this, Xi Jinping has started to fear that the CCP may remove him from power before the elections in 2022.
In such a situation, it is believed that before November, there may be a coup against Xi Jinping. There is every possibility that Xi Jinping will be permanently removed from power before November.
The possibility of this has increased even more because there is already an atmosphere of anger in China against Xi Jinping.