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Jin Jinping’s control over Sami issues and targets the United States or Taiwan?

The decision by the Central Military Commission (CMC) to increase its power in China has been seen as a sign of President Xi Jinping’s tough stance on military issues. According to analysts, Xi Jinping’s status has risen so much in political and ideological matters that he is unlikely to face any challenges at the moment. Now the same thing will happen in the military. Xi Jinping is the chairman of CMC. The CMCO now has the right to bring together military and civilian organizations on defense issues. It has now been approved for collection of resources from home and abroad.

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The new National Defense Act came into force in January 2011. This has reduced the power of the Chinese cabinet. The Chinese cabinet is called the State Council. The role of the State Council in determining military policy will now be extremely limited. In this case, the role of CMC will increase a lot. Now the CMC will be able to decide whether to deploy the army or the reserve force without trusting the state council.

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Military and political analysts say the new law is intended to strengthen C’s leadership on military issues. The move is based on the growing conflict between the United States and China. This means that the move is intended to enable the Chinese military leadership to respond more quickly to American challenges. Deng Yuen, a former deputy editor of the Study Times, a magazine of the Communist Party of China, told the South China Morning Post, a Hong Kong newspaper, that the new law would provide a legal basis for China’s “special” political and defense system. This will enable it to take immediate action in situations that would be expected to harm China’s interests.

But critics say the move will only exacerbate the omnipotent trend in China. According to these critics, China is taking advantage of its success in overcoming the Corona epidemic soon. Right now Western countries are busy managing the epidemic and its economic effects. Meanwhile, China is strengthening its military power. Political analyst Chen Daoin told the South China Morning Post that through the move, China was legitimizing its doctrine that “guns are in the hands of the commanding party.” Through this, the Chinese Communist Party maintains full leadership over the army and the reserve force.

Some analysts have expressed surprise at the State Council’s diminishing authority over military matters. He said that in the developed countries of the West, military forces are deployed under civilian leadership. Even in the United States, the military comes under the Ministry of Defense, which is headed by a civilian. In China, on the other hand, the CMC has been given the power to formulate defense policies and policies.

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Taiwanese experts fear that China could use its new system against Taiwan’s pro-independence forces. Taiwan is a part of China, but it currently exists as an independent country. China wants to integrate Taiwan with its country. However, some media comments suggest that China’s main concern is austerity in US policy. Through the latest changes, the Chinese government has tried to warn civilians to be prepared for unprecedented military action.

The Chinese People’s National People’s Congress passed a bill on December 26 amending the old National Defense Act. It had been under discussion for two years before that. After the amendment bill was passed, a CMC spokesman said that with the new changes, China’s military has been given clear guidelines on its modernization and development goals.

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