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Chinese Communist Party has adopted a 'historical resolution' to strengthen the status of President Xi Jinping. It is the third resolution in the 100-year history of the Communist Party and the first historical resolution in 40 years.

Correspondent Song Wook from Beijing reports.

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6th Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, held for four days from the 8th, came to an end.

As expected, the 'historical resolution' was deliberated and passed at this meeting.

This is the third historic resolution in the 100-year history of the Communist Party, following Mao Zedong in 1945 and Deng Xiaoping in 1981.

The publication containing the results of this meeting devoted the most part to the achievements of President Xi Jinping while organizing the history of the Communist Party.

[Chinese state-run CCTV report: The Party Central Committee, with Comrade Xi Jinping as its core, oversaw domestic and foreign affairs with great historical initiative, great political courage and strong responsibility.]

He also evaluated that Xi Jinping thought is the essence of Chinese culture and Chinese spirit, and the Chinese nation. He stressed the importance of striving for the realization of the Chinese dream of a great revival in China.

It is evaluated that Xi has been ranked as the third leader after Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping, consolidating the one-man government and laying the groundwork for extending his reign.

Xi, who began his term in 2012, was re-elected in 2017 and removed the provision limiting three consecutive terms from the constitution.

If the third power is confirmed at the 20th party congress scheduled for the second half of next year, it will be an ultra-long term of more than 15 years.

With President Xi expected to emerge as a capable and strong leader until the party congress, he is due to hold his first individual summit with US President Biden next week.