Rulers and World Leaders Congratulate Xi Jinping on His Re-election

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Xi's loyalist and close confidant Wang Qishan has been elected as vice president, who like Xi is set for a lifelong tenure.

The military's official People's Liberation Army Daily pledged its loyalty to Xi in its editorial, saying his election would ensure the country's long-term peace and stability.

After China's rubber-stamp legislature reappointed Xi Jinping as China's president with no term limits, the communist country's massive propaganda efforts kicked into high gear.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has offered his congratulations to China's Xi Jinping upon his re-election as president, North Korean state media said on Sunday, in a rare direct message from Pyongyang to Beijing after ties nosedived.

President Kenyatta added: "I believe, under your wise and strong leadership, China will certainly become an even stronger and more prosperous country, and make greater contributions to peace, stability and prosperity of the world".

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He is the one who put out the new chance of No confidence motion in Parliament and is pulling all the other MPs to help him. Raut also dispelled all doubts about any possible a rapprochement between the Sena and the BJP.

Li maintained a low profile under the Chinese president mainly looking after the country's economy as Xi consolidated power and surrounded himself with powerful aides.

The NPC which has approved a complete overhaul of the Chinese government is also expected to nominate a host of new officials including a new foreign minister and governor of the central bank, the People's Bank of China.

On Saturday, Xi was unanimously re-elected for a five-year term at the fifth plenary session of the National People's Congress in Beijing on Saturday.

The government has presented this month's parliamentary session and its controversial removal of the presidential term limits as widely welcomed, despite criticism that has evaded the censors and seeped onto Chinese social media at times.

President Kenyatta, who is on a State visit to Cuba, said President Xi's re-election has fully demonstrated the strong confidence of the Chinese people in his vision and wisdom in the governance of China and global affairs.