China’s President Xi Jinping says that China will not leave its one inch land and will protect its sovereignty. It is worth mentioning that after the amendment in the Constitution last week, the second term of President’s body can be extended to life. Apart from the border dispute with India, China also accords its right over the sub-islands of the East China Sea, which currently comes under the administrative area of Japan.
Apart from these, it is entangled with Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan with control over the South China Sea. In his half-hour speech on the last day of the 18-day long session of Parliament, Xi Jinping said, “China’s people and the Chinese nation have a firm conviction that one inch of our land can not be separated from China.” During the National People’s Congress (Parliament of China), after the amendment to the constitution, the decades-old tradition of maximum two terms for President and Vice President was abolished. Simultaneously, the way to stay in office for Xi’s life has become clear.
During the session, 2 thousand 970 MPs selected Xi as the President and Chief of Army Staff for the second term. In October last year, She was elected the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) for the second time in a row. Along with the party and the army chief, along with the possibility of remaining in office for life, Shi has become the most powerful leader of the country after Mao Tse Tung, the founder of CPC. Apart from the traditions of the past, She addressed him on the last day of the Parliament session on Monday which was broadcast all over the country.
In the context of Taiwan, he said, “We must protect our country’s sovereignty and integrity and achieve the goal of complete integration of the motherland.” It is significant that China regards Taiwan as a part of its country. He also gave a strong message to the separatists in the country. He said that the determination, complete faith and full potential of the people of China to fail the steps of separatists. In his speech, Xi said that Buddhist religion, the Dalai Lama, is a divisive part.