China and Its Government System

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CHINA AND ITS GOVERNMENT SYSTEM
China is a sovereign, single-party state governed by the Communist Party, whose power is enshrined in their constitution.
China has become the world’s fastest-growing major economy since the introduction of economic reforms in 1978. As of this year, it is the world’s second largest economy.
Its government is a communist and socialist system, but can also be an authoritarian with restrictions in areas such as the internet, the press, freedom of assembly, reproductive rights and freedom of religion.
The current president of the People’s Republic of China is Xi Jinping who is the head of the state, who is also the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and Chairman of the Central Military Commission.
The current Premier or Prime Minister of the State Council is Li Keqiang who is the head of government. He is in charge of organizing and administering the Chinese civil bureaucracy. He is also the Head of the National Defense Mobilization Committee of China.
Primary organs of state power are the National People’s Congress, the President and the State Council

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