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Xi is elevated to the level of Mao in the Constitution of the Chinese Communist Party

The about 2,300 delegates of the IX Congress of the Communist Party of China approved by hand raised and unanimously the inclusion in the Constitution of thought Xi

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Xi is elevated to the level of Mao in the Constitution of the Chinese Communist Party
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The Nineteenth Congress of Communist Party of China (CCP) has approved this Tuesday include "Thought of Xi Jinping on socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era" in formation Constitution, elevating figure of President to level of Historical predecessors such as Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping.

The close to 2,300 delegates of Chinese Communist Party present at closing ceremony of Congress approved by hand raised and unanimously inclusion of "thought Xi", a symbolic act that gives greater power and prestige to maximum leader of party and president of country.

His two immediate predecessors at top of regime, Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao, also have ories included in party's bylaws, although y are not known as "Jiang thought" or "Hu Theory" and were approved when y were already withdrawn from power, a It shows greatest political influence that Xi has amassed.

Xi himself closed Congress by emphasizing that statutory changes and or decisions taken se days pursue "a historical mission for Communist Party of China in a new era" and seek to complete achievement of a modestly well-off society and A modernized country.

The changes are "a Guide to Action," explained President and Secretary General of party, who also highlighted approval in Nineteenth Congress of a new Central committee to direct training.

"China is showing its beauty on stage and new leaders are full of energy," stressed president, who promised that "this new age will be full of confidence, we must be courageous and passionate."

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