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  • 1. Chinas new leader Xi Jinping capped his rise Thursday by adding the largely ceremonial title of president, though he will need cautious manoeuvring to consolidate his power and build support from a public that is increasingly clamouring for change. The elevation of Xi to the presidency by the rubberstamp national legislature gave him the last of the three titles held by his predecessor, Hu Jintao. The move was expected after Xi was named head of the Communist Party and chairman of its military, positions of true power, last November in a once-a-decade handover to a new group of leaders that has been years in the making. North Korea - China Shift StanceNorth Korea - China Shift Stance Presidential Election Oriented National Anthem of the Democratic Peoples Republic North Korea by Wushu Puchu 2,383 KB | 2011-10-01 | MPEG Audio Stream | north korean national anthem - MP3 Download, Play, Listen Songs ... www.4shared.com/mp3/.../north_korean_national_anthem.ht...http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:zRprIJmeB3QJ:www.4shared.com/mp3/0L4Nawau/north_korean_national_anthem.html+&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=caShare javascript:void(0) l "north korean national anthem download from 4shared. ... DPRK anthem - download at 4shared. DPRK anthem is hosted at free file sharing service 4shared Chinas new leader Xi Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA Cowichan Jinping appointed president Email: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca The Associated Press cbc.ca - Thursday‎, March 14‎, 2013
  • 2. North Korea - China Shift Stance Presidential Election Oriented “diplomatic coercion...to change its behavior..” Zhu Feng, director of the International Security Programme at the elite Peking University. China ...putting its hopes on diplomatic coercion to get North Korea to change its behavior. "Beijing ... At the U.N. Security Council...noticeably shifted to a harder policy “to get North Korea very badly hurt.Ben Blanchard and Sui- Chinas new leader Xi Jinping capped his rise Thursday by adding Lee Wee Reuters - Sunday, March 10‎, 20‎13. Link: the largely ceremonial title of president, though he will need http://www.reuters.com/article/20‎13/0‎3/10‎/us-korea-north-china-idUSBRE9290‎1W20‎130‎310‎ Fudans Cai- Wikipedia Fuden. Wikipedia cautious manoeuvring to consolidate his power and build support Cai. Zhu said China was now putting its hopes on from a public that is increasingly clamouring for change. diplomatic coercion to get North Korea to change its behavior...North Koreas third The elevation of Xi to the presidency by the rubberstamp national nuclear test, on February 12, China negotiated legislature gave him the last of the three titles held by his the new sanctions with Washington and said it wanted them implemented fully. The predecessor, Hu Jintao. The move was expected after Xi was measures, announced on Thursday, tighten financial curbs on North Korea, order named head of the Communist Party and chairman of its military, mandatory checks of suspicious cargo and strengthen a ban on luxury goods entering the positions of true power, last November in a once-a-decade country. handover to a new group of leaders that has been years in the An exasperated China appears to have run out of patience after years of trying to coax making. Pyongyang out of isolation and to embrace North Korea - China Shift Stance economic reform.Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA Cowichan Email: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca North Korea: China Stance Shift
  • 3. North Korea - China Shift Stance Presidential Election Oriented“diplomatic coercion...to change its behavior..” Though Xi is now formally in charge, big challenges remain for him within the partys top ranks — in which powerful North Korea is trading people are often divided by patronage, ideology or financial interests...The Associated Press cbc.ca - Thursday, March 14‎, 2013 internationally as it protects its Xi Jinping 习近平 integrity. China and Japan are large militaryJong-un nuclear March 8 2013 NK leader Kim and binoculars KRT countries that makes balance of power unique to maintain. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un looks through a pair of binoculars at an undisclosed location, in this 习近平 Photo Wikipedia. still image taken from video shown by North Koreas state-run television KRT on March 8, 2013. Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA Cowichan Email: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca Credit: Reuters/KRT via Reuters TV
  • 4. North Korea - China Shift Stance Presidential Election Oriented“diplomatic coercion...to change its behavior..” Chinas new leader Xi Jinping, 习近平 ...his pledge to tackle the endemic graft he has pinpointed as detrimental to the partys survival, said Willy Lam, a China politics watcher at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Graft is deeply ingrained in the partys patronage-based culture and those at the top — many of whose families have benefited from their political connections — are believed to be most resistant ...The Associated Press cbc.ca - Thursday, March 14‎, 2013 North Korea is trading with Canada. Many of its quality textiles were for sale at very low prices in Zhu said China wasVancouver,hopesCanada. These goodsNorth Korea to changeas products developed and produced by the now putting its BC, on diplomatic coercion to get were identified its behavior. "Beijing has ultimately woken up to reality ... At the U.N. Security Council, Beijing very noticeably shifted to a harder policy to get North Korea very badly hurt." and I protested as I believe that NK would also do. I believed that to trade these DPRNKs military would be financing military development. China has backed previous sanctions against North Koreas nuclear and ballistic missile programs. China also officially says it does not believe sanctions will resolve the latest crisis over North Korea, a position repeated by Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi on Saturday. But after North Koreas third also believed the quality of the textiles was above average and that the goods, mens winter ● I nuclear test, on February 12, China negotiated the new sanctions with Washington and said it wanted them implemented fully. The measures, announcedshirts, were made to allow on North Korea, order and autumn, jackets and on Thursday, tighten financial curbs the impoverished in Canada to be dressed mandatory checks of suspicious cargo and strengthen a ban on luxury goods entering the country. North Korea well and warmly within a limited budget. NK leader Kim Jong-un binoculars KRT March 8 2013 Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA Cowichan Email: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 5. Related News North Korea: “Xis accession marks” • ··North Korea rejects U.N. sanctions, China calls for calm Sat, Mar 9 2013 • ··North Korea cant hit America, but South Korea and Japan in range Fri, Mar 8 2013 • ··U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea, Kim visits frontline Thu, Mar 7 2013 • ··North Korea threatens nuclear strike, U.N. expands sanctions... anti-corruption measures that diminish their prerogatives. • Thu, Mar 7 2013 ··U.N. Security Council hits North Korea with more sanctions"He has to walk a fine line," Lam said. "If he were really serious about going after Thu, Mar 7 2013 ● Analysis & Opinionsenior cadres, he might establish his authority within the rank and file. However, Xi Jinping, that would also jeopardize his relationship with the power blocs and with the Li Yuanchao 习近平holders of vested interests." President Vice-President Group 2Xis accession marks only the second orderly transfer of power in more than six China Chinadecades of Communist Party rule. He was the only candidate for president inThursdays ballot in the countrys figurehead parliament. The delegates voted VP vote 2,952-to-1 2,839-802,952-to-1 for Xi in balloting that amounts to a political ritual echoing the decisions Class Xi ballot Li Yuanchao ··North Korea threatens nuclear strike, U.N. expands sanctionsof the party leadership. Three delegates abstained. After the result was 1 Thu, Mar 7 2013announced, Xi bowed to delegates and turned to Hu, seated on his right. The two liberal reformer ally Huof them shook hands and posed for photos. Xi, 59, also was appointed chairman ofthe government commission that oversees the military. Named vice-president in a Class 3 delegatesvote of 2,839-80 was Li Yuanchao, a liberal-minded reformer and a close ally of Hu abstained 88for decades. The move breaks with the practice of recent years, because Li is not in 2the partys seven-member ruling inner sanctum. It is seen as a concession to Huslingering influence and as a reward to a capable if not wholly popular official.Xi takes charge at a time when the public is looking for leadership that can address ··U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea, Kim visits frontline Class ··U.N. Security Council hits North Korea with more sanctionssputtering economic growth and mounting anger over widespread graft, high- Thu, Mar 7 3 Thu, Mar 7 2013handed officialdom and increasing unfairness. A growth-at-all-costs model that 2013defined the outgoing administrations era has befouled the countrys air, waterwaysand soil, adding another serious threat to social stability.Underlying public unhappiness with the party is a deficit in trust. "At present, the Thank you Elect P. Anna Paddonparty and the government have very little public credibility," said Zhang Ming, aChina politics expert at the prestigious Renmin University in Beijing. "The way toregain credibility is to at least show some results, but at this point that cant be seen MLA Cowichanand I predict there wont be any real results later."Suer media regulator created Ahead of the votes on the governments top slots,legislators approved a government restructuring plan only four days after it wasintroduced. Email: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 6. Related News North Korea: “Xis accession marks” • ··North Korea rejects U.N. sanctions, China calls for calm Sat, Mar 9 2013 • ··North Korea cant hit America, but South Korea and Japan in range Fri, Mar 8 2013 • ··U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea, Kim visits frontline Thu, Mar 7 2013 • ··North Korea threatens nuclear strike, U.N. expands sanctions... anti-corruption measures that diminish their prerogatives. • Thu, Mar 7 2013 ··U.N. Security Council hits North Korea with more sanctions"He has to walk a fine line," Lam said. "If he were really serious about going after Thu, Mar 7 2013 ● Analysis & Opinionsenior cadres, he might establish his authority within the rank and file. However, Xi Jinping, that would also jeopardize his relationship with the power blocs and with the Li Yuanchao 习近平holders of vested interests." President Vice-President Group 2Xis accession marks only the second orderly transfer of power in more than six China Chinadecades of Communist Party rule. He was the only candidate for president inThursdays ballot in the countrys figurehead parliament. The delegates voted VP vote 2,952-to-1 2,839-802,952-to-1 for Xi in balloting that amounts to a political ritual echoing the decisions Class Xi ballot Li Yuanchao ··North Korea threatens nuclear strike, U.N. expands sanctionsof the party leadership. Three delegates abstained. After the result was 1 Thu, Mar 7 2013announced, Xi bowed to delegates and turned to Hu, seated on his right. The two liberal reformer ally Huof them shook hands and posed for photos. Xi, 59, also was appointed chairman ofthe government commission that oversees the military. Named vice-president in a Class 3 delegatesvote of 2,839-80 was Li Yuanchao, a liberal-minded reformer and a close ally of Hu abstained 88for decades. The move breaks with the practice of recent years, because Li is not in 2the partys seven-member ruling inner sanctum. It is seen as a concession to Huslingering influence and as a reward to a capable if not wholly popular official.Xi takes charge at a time when the public is looking for leadership that can address ··U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea, Kim visits frontline Class ··U.N. Security Council hits North Korea with more sanctionssputtering economic growth and mounting anger over widespread graft, high- Thu, Mar 7 3 Thu, Mar 7 2013handed officialdom and increasing unfairness. A growth-at-all-costs model that 2013defined the outgoing administrations era has befouled the countrys air, waterwaysand soil, adding another serious threat to social stability.Underlying public unhappiness with the party is a deficit in trust. "At present, the Thank you Elect P. Anna Paddonparty and the government have very little public credibility," said Zhang Ming, aChina politics expert at the prestigious Renmin University in Beijing. "The way toregain credibility is to at least show some results, but at this point that cant be seen MLA Cowichanand I predict there wont be any real results later."Suer media regulator created Ahead of the votes on the governments top slots,legislators approved a government restructuring plan only four days after it wasintroduced. Email: paz4Tunnel@hotmail.ca

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