Putin has always looked down on Xi Jinping? Scholar analysis 1 key: “This technique” is too clumsy | International | Newtalk

Chinese leader Xi Jinping and Russian President Putin. Photo: Associated Press/Dazhi Image (data photo)

Russian President Putin has recently frequently expressed his views on East Asia and Taiwan issues. First, he said that China “does not need to use force” to achieve the goal of “unifying” Taiwan, and then said that Russia will not establish a military alliance with China. According to Fan Shiping, a professor at the Political Research Institute of Taiwan Normal University, Putin has always looked down on Xi Jinping because Putin has always served as president without sabotaging the system. On the contrary, Xi Jinping actually abolished the tenure system by amending the constitution in order to end his post as the presidency of the country. To become a life-long system and destroy the original system is too crude and clumsy.

Fan Shiping said that although China and Russia conduct large-scale naval exercises and pass through the Tsugaru Strait in Japan, Putin emphasized that China and Russia will not form a military alliance. In fact, judging from the interaction between Putin and Xi Jinping, Putin always has a mysterious, scheming and contemptuous smile on Xi Jinping’s face.

Fan Shiping pointed out that because Putin has always served as president without sabotaging the system, he served as the acting president as prime minister in 1999, was elected president in 2000, and was re-elected in 2004; he served as prime minister in 2008 and was elected president by Prime Minister Medvedev in 2012; Putin was elected president in 2008. Because the president’s term was changed from 4 years to 6 years by amending the constitution in 2008, Putin sought re-election in 2018 and succeeded. After 21 years of being president, he was elected by the people. Although some people questioned the fairness of the Russian elections, at least in this form, his legitimacy came from the votes. But Xi Jinping became president of the National People’s Congress, which relied on the “rubber stamp”, and its legitimacy was much weaker.

On the other hand, in order to end the post of President Xi Jinping, he actually abolished the tenure system by amending the constitution, turning it into a tenure system, and undermining the original system. This method is too crude and clumsy, no wonder Putin looks down on it.

Fan Shiping mentioned that Putin served as prime minister in 2008 and was elected president by Prime Minister Medvedev in order not to undermine the system. This shows that he believes Medvedev will not seek re-election and will return the presidency to him in 2012; he also represents Russia. Putin’s real power lies in Putin. He still holds power as prime minister. Medvedev is just a vacant president. Putin has full power and self-confidence.

Fan Shiping questioned that Xi Jinping’s term of office is coming to an end. Why didn’t he let Li Keqiang be the president of the country and he would be the prime minister? Anyway, he is still the party’s general secretary and the chairman of the Central Military Commission. Why is he so unconfident? Must be the chairman of this country? Why don’t you believe Li Keqiang so much?

On the other hand, Fan Shiping believes that although the term of the Russian president was changed from 4 years to 6 years in 2008 through the amendment of the constitution, many people think that Putin was operating this amendment, but he finally ran for president in 2012. At that time, he does not know whether the candidate will be elected or not, so his appearance will not be too ugly. However, Xi Jinping abolished the presidency tenure system through constitutional amendments in 2018. It is intended to be used when he resigns in 2023. It is very targeted. Xi is a natural candidate and must be elected. It is basically tailor-made. This shows that Puding is really smarter and more delicate than Xi’s, and he is really superior.

Russian President Putin has recently expressed his views on East Asia and Taiwan issues. First, he said that China “does not need to use force” to achieve the goal of “unifying” Taiwan, and then said that Russia will not establish a military alliance with China.

According to Fan Shiping, a professor at the Political Research Institute of Taiwan Normal University, Putin has always looked down on Xi Jinping

Because Putin did not rely on disrupting the system and has been the president. On the other hand, Xi Jinping, in order to end his post as the president of the country, abolished the tenure system through constitutional amendments, turned it into a tenure system, and undermined the original system. This method is too crude and clumsy.

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