The president of the Republic of China, commonly known as the president of Taiwan is the head of state of the Republic of China and the commander-in-chief of the Republic of China Armed Forces. Since the 1996 presidential election, the president is directly elected by plurality voting to a four-year term, with incumbents limited to serving two terms. The incumbent, Tsai Ing-wen, succeeded Ma Ying-jeou on May 20, 2016, to become the first female president in the history of Taiwan.
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The President of the People's Republic of China, is the ceremonial head of state of the People's Republic of China. Under the current PRC Constitution, the presidency is a largely ceremonial office with very limited power. However, since 1993, as a matter of convention, the presidency has been held simultaneously by the General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, the top leader of this one-party state. The presidency is officially regarded as an institution of the state rather than an admi
Xi was elected President of the People's Republic of China on 14 March 2013, in a confirmation vote by the 12th National People's Congress in Beijing. He received 2,952 for, one vote against, and three abstentions. He replaced Hu Jintao, who retired after serving two terms.
The office of President of the People's Republic of China, called 国家主席 (Guójiā Zhǔxí) in short, was created in 1954 when the first constitution consolidated the system of government in the People's Republic of China. At the time, the title was translated into English as State Chairman.PortraitName (Lifespan) ConstituencyTerm of officeTerm of office7Xi Jinping 习近平 (born 1953) Shanghai ...17 March 2018Incumbent7Xi Jinping 习近平 (born 1953) Shanghai ...14 March 201317 March 20186Hu Jintao 胡锦涛 (born 1942) Tibet At-large ...15 March 200814 March 20136Hu Jintao 胡锦涛 (born 1942) Tibet At-large ...15 March 200315 March 2008
The President of the Republic of China is the head of state and Commander-in-Chief of the democratic country known officially as the Republic of China. The Republic of China government has controlled Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen, Matsu and other islands after the Nationalist lost the war and moved the government from mainland China in 1949. The presidential office was created in 1948 under the 1947 Constitution of the Republic of China. In the previous Kuomintang administration, the title of "Presiden
The President of China (officially President of the People's Republic of China) is the head of state of the People's Republic of China (PRC). On paper, the presidency is a largely ceremonial office with limited powers. However, in recent years the General Secretary of the Communist Party has also served simultaneously as President.
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Central People's Government (1949–1954) Chairman of the Central People's Government Mao Zedong (1 October 1949 - 27 September 1953)PortraitName (Birth–Death) ConstituencyName (Birth–Death) ConstituencyTerm of office1Mao Zedong 毛泽东 (1893–1976) Beijing ...Mao Zedong 毛泽东 (1893–1976) Beijing ...27 September 19532Liu Shaoqi 刘少奇 (1898–1969) Beijing ...Liu Shaoqi 刘少奇 (1898–1969) Beijing ...27 April 19582Liu Shaoqi 刘少奇 (1898–1969) Beijing ...Liu Shaoqi 刘少奇 (1898–1969) Beijing ...21 December 1964–Song Qingling 宋庆龄 (1893–1981) Shanghai ...Dong Biwu 董必武 (1886–1975) Hubei ...31 October 1968
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Xi Jinping is the son of former Chinese Vice Premier Xi Zhongxun and Qi Xin. He rose politically in China's coastal provinces. He was the Governor of Fujian between 1999 and 2002. Between 2002 and 2007, he was Governor and CPC party chief of Zhejiang. After the dismissal of Chen Liangyu, Xi was transferred to Shanghai as the party secretary for a short time in 2007. Xi was promoted to the central leadership in October 2007 and trained to become Hu Jintao's successor.
In November 2012, he was elected as the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and the Chairman of the Central Military Commission in the CPC convention. In March 2013, he was elected as the President of the People's Republic of Chinaby the Chinese Congress. This started his first term as China's leader. Chinese leadership changes every 5 years, and it happens roughly in October/November (for CPC and military) and March next year (for government). In October 2017 and March 2018, Xi was re-elected as party, military and government leader. This started his second term. By tradition in recent decades, the Chinese leader leads two terms (10 years in total). The second term identifies his successor and prepares for the power transfer. However, Xi stopped this tradition and abandoned his potential successors Hu Chunhua and Sun Zhengcai, who were put to prison in 2018 due to corruption. On 11 March 2018, the National People's Congress approved an amendment to the Constitution of...
Xi was born on 15 June 1953 in Beijing, China. His father held lots of posts, including party propaganda chief and vice premier. He has been married to Peng Liyuan since 1987. They have one daughter, Xi Mingze, who graduated from Harvard University in 2015. Xi lives in Zhongnanhai, China.Xi Jinping collected news and commentary at the China Digital TimesU.S. Embassy Beijing, Portrait of Xi Jinping, via United States diplomatic cables leakOsnos, Evan, "China’s Valentine’s Day in Washington", The New Yorker, 14 February 2012. Review of comment accompanying Xi's visit.
Before 1949, China held its recent presidential, parliamentary and the National Assembly elections under the 1947 democratic constitution in the Chinese mainland. After the mainland fell, the elections for the Republic of China continued under the iron rule of the Kuomintang in the island of Taiwan as it was under martial law at the time.
Xi Jinping, (born June 15?, 1953, Fuping county, Shaanxi province, China), Chinese politician and government official who served as vice president of the People’s Republic of China (2008–13), general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP; 2012–), and president of China (2013–).