Chen Yixin has rapidly gone from strength to strength and is now emerging as the top candidate for the position of Secretary of the Central Political and Legal Committee in 2022, even speculation. on his path to becoming general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) by 2027. However, Chen’s Politburo promotion path is complicated by the paranoia of the growing threat of an event. palace coup.
Chen is working on a correctional campaign for 2021-2022, a political purge along the lines of the first Xi regime “campaign of flies and tigers “, eliminated political opposition during Xi’s second term and allowed a greater institutional focus on a variety of powers: legislative, internal security, party, military and paramilitary. Chen, in 2021, is perhaps the most fearsome political entity in Chinese domestic politics. The rhetoric surrounding this new one corrections campaign was very clear: slogans like “remove tumors“And” like Yan’an “repeated Mao Zedong’s Stalin-inspired political purges to ensure the CCP’s loyalty, with contemporary policy additions being”Drive the blade in“And” shave off the bones “.
Term of Reclamation and reclamation campaign lying in a chair The CCP’s Confucian education and rhetoricMuch more difficult to sell for outside observers who may at least want to believe that the first purge under Xi Jinping focused on fighting corruption has been allowed to rage. from Hu Jintao years. This reorganization campaign is more direct in making sure no one can challenge Xi, and whoever survives this incident will be very difficult.
Xi’s second term reorganized the Committee on Politics and Legal Affairs after it was demolished. Bo Xilai-Zhou Yongkang Chen was currently secretary-general, a Party’s power management role similar to the less-publicized roles of the group’s office secretary’s leadership. He is likely to be promoted to Politburo Secretary in 2022, replacing the impending Guo Shengkun. This will effectively provide internal security commissioner Chen with a range of policy tools for internal and external security deployments.
Chen has a long career in repair. He was brought in in charge of the central COVID-19 response. At the height of the pandemic in 2020, there were rumors about The factions within the CCP sought to remove Mr. Xi from power. At that time, Chen was sent to Wuhan to consolidate the CCP’s control and re-establish trust at the center, formally the institutionally paired chair of the secretary Wuhan-deputy secretary. letter Hubei. However, at the moment, there is no such thing as Xi leaving power and the upcoming 2022-2027 period is being shaped by those who survived the 2021-2022 campaign.
Chen’s 40-year career and political path is almost entirely in Zhejiang province. Chen sat at the Zhejiang Provincial Party Committee for eight years, assuming roles from the Office of Policy Studies and the leading Financial and Economic Group. After his intermediate training at the Central Party School, Chen went to Jinhua City from 2011 to 2013 as a secretary, where he was responsible for the development of the Jinyi New District, the location of the logistics center of Alibaba. Chen was then appointed to Wenzhou from 2013 to 2015, an affluent coastal business hub and a testing ground for many finances, finance, microfinance, credit ratingand SME development policies under Chen. Chen therefore has strong policy experience in both post-industrial growth institutions as well as shadow banking and the insolvency risks associated with developed coastal cities.
After a series of promotions, including the leader of the Wenzhou Military Sub-Zone Party Committee, Chen was quickly brought into the center in 2015 as Deputy Secretary of the Central Group’s Office for Extensive Reform. comprehensive, powerful but ambiguous party position. to the power center. In early 2017, Chen was then assigned just over a year to the dual seats of Secretary of Wuhan and Deputy Secretary of the Hubei Provincial Party Committee – the same seat. Ma Guoqiang has been purged since 2020 after the political collapse of the coronavirus. After Wuhan, Chen was brought back to the center with his current role as secretary-general of the Political and Legal Committee.
As a member of his party in Hubei, Chen is also head of the Party Committee of the Wuhan Military Region, from which Chen has run a key policy mission of reforming the military zone system in 2018, leading to reduced China’s inland military security administrative zones from seven. next year. The reform has an important impact on internal security as the institutional roles of both the People’s Armed Police and the China Coast Guard have changed.
Chen is a prominent member of Xi’s next generation power base, Zhijiang new army factions, a function of Complicated personal relationships and their relationship to geospatial, public administration, and ultimately Soviet governance institutions define domestic politics in China. It was the result of this sectarian connection that Chen was unexpectedly promoted from Zhejiang directly to Xi’s Deep Reform Leadership Group, which put Chen in the inner circle of CCP leadership.
Chen was young enough to get two promotions in his CCP career. Chen may be a big step for the Politburo Standing Committee in 2022 but he is almost certainly promoted to the Politburo, most likely directly as secretary of the Commission on Political and French Affairs. law, replacing the partnership Guo Shengkun and Zhao Kezhi as the head of China’s domestic security policy. If Xi Jinping holds the position of head of a loosely institutionalized war cabinet, Chen is likely to stay as secretary of political and legal affairs for the two administrations. If, in more moderate scenarios, Xi leaves and a more liberal government takes over and changes China’s course by 2027, Chen could be promoted to the Politburo Standing Committee. in a friendly environment, or purged entirely depending on the excesses of Mr. Operation Correction 2021-2022 and the Politburo’s mode of rule 2022-2027. Chen is also the obvious top candidate to replace Xi Jinping if there is a peaceful transition of power in the New Left ruling and a leader designation of a successor is followed. .
By 2022, Chen may be super promoted to the Politburo Standing Committee as head of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, or as Central Secretary, if Wang Honing becomes prime minister, although the position of Secretary of the Committee on Political and Legal Affairs is much more suitable.
Chen is an emerging power in Chinese domestic politics. His young, capable, determined and intelligent, personal success also tells the story of the deterioration of the party-political system in China. A talented Chen who emerged on the national stage in 2012 could have been expected to be mindful of problem solving to work on policy solutions such as climate change and energy policy. , international finance, health or poverty alleviation. Instead, in 2021, we see one of the best and brightest in China’s political system emerge as internal security commissioner with power and mandate. destroying the CCP’s political opponents.