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About 90 nuclear scientists at China’s Premier Research Institute have abruptly resigned. Since then, Chinese President Xi Jinping (the eleventh Jinping) has been in trouble.

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About 90 nuclear scientists at China’s Premier Research Institute have abruptly resigned. Since then, Chinese President Xi Jinping (the eleventh Jinping) has been in trouble. The ruling Communist Party then called the case a “brain drain” and ordered an investigation. Although the reason for the resignation has not been revealed yet, the eyes of the whole world are on this due to the sudden resignation. It is believed that these Chinese scientists got some important information in their hands, then they decided to resign together.

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According to the data, scientists at the Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology (INEST) in Hefei, China, have been at the forefront of the world ever since. In fact, the Hefei Institute of Physical Sciences is a part of the highest government research institute in China. It is known as the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The institute is one of the most important institutes in China which has so far participated in more than 200 national and international projects.

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The incident of clash has been revealed
In fact, news of a fight is coming in the case. The institute employs about 60,000 people. Last year, the same institute was in talks to build a virtual nuclear power plant, with the aim of making the security of such plants more effective. According to sources, the institute was unable to get large projects due to lack of funds, while private companies were also keeping an eye on the researchers. Chinese Vice Premier Liu Hei has ordered an investigation into the massive resignation.

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